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How will dynamic spectrum sharing ease the transition to standalone 5G?

August 9, 2019


Right now, 5G deployments around the world use an LTE core and radio access network with the addition of a 5G carrier. The next step is to move from that scenario, non-standalone 5G, on to full-blown standalone 5G with a dedicated core and RAN. This week, experts from Qualcomm discussed the role of dynamic spectrum sharing in facilitating the transition from non-standalone to standalone 5G in an interview with RCR Wireless News.

At a high-level, dynamic spectrum sharing allows operators to leverage software to operate 5G and LTE will in the same band at the same time based on the needs of the end user.

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