Ericsson establishes 7Gbps connection to moving vehicle using 5G prototype | ZDNet

The trial was undertaken at Ericsson’s Stockholm, Sweden, headquarters on June 10, utilising 5G radio access prototype equipment using a 5G radio interface named New Radio (NR) alongside massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO). Massive MIMO combines a high number of antenna elements with beamforming for higher throughput, increased coverage, improved capacity, and more efficient usage of the mobile network

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7Gbps might be enough to keep a high definition map streamed to a vehicle up to date enough to avoid a crash I might think. How many cars at a time can 5G deliver to? Tech is not the limiting factor, it will be economics and scalability that determine if autonomous cars will work on real roads.

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