3GPP RAN1 for 5G is mandating a new radio, which calls for much higher error correction coding throughput (2Gbit/s initially, moving to 20Gbit/s for later roll-outs) AND much lower latency (3µs initially, dropping to 0.5µs for the later roll-outs).
5G is slated to deliver higher capacity, higher throughput, higher quality and cost efficiency to improve the user experience, through faster download of online content, more immersive on-line gaming experience and more real-time cloud computing. The reduced latency will provide a more rewarding and less disruptive experience for the (handset) user, no more glitches and interruptions!
Additionally, the standard also calls for improved error correction capability AND for the solution to scale for Internet of Things applications up to basestations.
Currently this is challenging all existing solutions and offers potentially no synergies with older standards…
AccelerComm’s technology has rewritten the conventional thinking on turbo coding, enabling speeds of 20Gbit/s throughput and 0.5µs latency, thereby satisfying the spec challenge and providing future-proofing for future turbo coding standards