The companies have been combined 5G (CPE) with the drone VR to demonstrate a performance of 1.5 Gbps from 100m of altitude using the spectrum band 3.5 GHz.

During a series of tests in Seoul (South Korea), Huawei and LG U + have combined a drone virtual reality (VR) with local teams 5G to offer a connectivity of 1.5 Gbps.

Both companies have announced that will finish the field tests 5G to verify the technologies video IPTV 4K, dual connectivity and transmission between cells.

this Is the first network test 5G large scale of the world that uses a test environment on pre-commercial to deliver 5G 4K IPTV using a drone VR to demonstrate data rates between 20 Mbps and 100 Mbps.

Huawei has combined the team 5G (CPE) with the drone VR to reach a throughput of 1.5 Gbps from 100 m altitude, using the spectrum band 3.5 GHz.

“This shows that Huawei maintained its ability to provide products of network E2E 5G competitive in 2018. LG U + and Huawei will continue to investigate in more depth the technologies, 5G, and build a ecosystem of industry E2E robust to achieve business success in the next era 5G”, said a spokesperson of the company.

The test was carried out using a base station 3.5 GHz and a base station of 28 GHz at a base of test LG U + in the south Korean capital. Huawei has claimed that the solution of dual connectivity can be used to connect base stations to 4G and 5G.

“The dual connectivity is a technique that allows multiple base stations to transmit data simultaneously or alternately to a user so that they can communicate without problems with other users when moving between base stations”, has emphasized from Huawei.

LG U + had tested previously the technology in a laboratory environment between two base stations 4G.