NR: The New 5G Radio Access Technology

This article provides an overview of the technology components and capabilities of the New Radio (NR) radio interface standard currently under develop... 3GPP - OFDM - Bandwidth - 5G mobile communication - Long Term Evolution - Resource management - 3G mobile communication - cellular radio - MIMO communication - radio access networks - NR - 3GPP - high frequency bands - latency-optimized frame structure - radio interface standard - data rates - 5G radio access technology - network energy performance - massive MIMO

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