He said a team comprising three students — T Shreenath Reddy, Tanjir Alam, Mohammed Ameen — and two professors — Raghvendra Kumar Chaudhary and Ravi Gangwar — developed the 5G antenna.
It is expected that 5G will utilise three new technologies (Massive-MIMO, beam forming and cognitive radio technologies) to offer higher data speeds as compared to the current 4G technology.
Chaudhary said once the article is published in the journal, it would be used by mobile manufacturers for commercial purpose.
Their work was funded by the department of science and technology (DST) and the central government’s Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB).Explaining the advantages of 5G antenna, Chaudhary said, “Currently, 4G LTE network which uses multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) technology is offering peak data speeds of around 40 Mbps.
In order to use the new technology, the manufactures will have to make significant changes in infrastructure and details of the changes would also be published in the journal, he added.
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