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5G Signal Jammer Spectrum Auction for Jammers

South Korea’s 5G auction officially launched. Who will be the future national high-speed wireless network? The answer may be revealed in the match between KT and LGU+.

The Ministry of Science and ICT will auction 280MHz of spectrum in the 3.5GHz band and 2400MHz of spectrum in the 28GHz band for 3.3 trillion won ($3.04 billion).

SK Telecom’s plan occupies all 100MHz spectrum, the remaining 180MHz will be competed by KT and LGU+.

South Korea completed an auction of 5G spectrum on Monday and plans to begin deployment by the end of this year.

In this auction, the 3.5GHz spectrum with a bandwidth of 280MHz and the 28GHz spectrum with a bandwidth of 2400MHz were divided into 28 blocks and 24 blocks, and the three major telecom companies SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus obtained 10 blocks. block each spectrum.

SK Telecom and KT have each acquired 100MHz of 3.5GHz spectrum, LG Uplus has acquired 80MHz of spectrum, and the three major telecom companies have all acquired 800MHz of 2.8GHz spectrum resources. The auction price was as high as 3,618.3 billion won.

South Korea’s Ministry of Science, Technology and ICT said the spectrum will be activated on December 1, with the 3.5GHz spectrum valid for 10 years and the 28GHz spectrum valid for five years.

Keysight Technologies recently revealed that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Korea Telecom to jointly develop 5G New Radio (NR) technology and carry out 4G technology to accelerate the commercial deployment of 5G.

The signing of the MoU indicates that unilaterally will deepen cooperation in 5G new air interface development and 4G evolution technology, and promote KT’s 5G experiment and commercial deployment process. Keysight will share its experience in 5G NR technology development, 5G infrastructure testing, and user equipment testing in the Sub-6GHz and mmWave bands. Keysight will support the development of KT’s over-the-air (OTA) and millimeter-wave beamforming calibration test methods for the development of associated test procedures.

The parties will work together to accelerate the evolution of 5G NR test and measurement solutions, including earlier 5G network and user equipment emulation solutions, including late-stage R&D testing of the ecosystem, as well as device and network validation and functional testing during practical deployment. KT will also leverage Keysight’s 5G NR software solutions throughout the product design cycle to take advantage of its advanced capabilities such as simulation, signal generation and analysis. In addition, Keysight’s Evolved 4G configuration solutions provide features such as multi-band, multi-carrier aggregation and higher-order MIMO to help KT transition more smoothly from 4G signal jammers to 5G signal jammers.

Jeon Hongbeam, Executive Vice President, Infrastructure Lab, Korea Telecom Convergence Technology Research Institute, said: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Keysight as its leading 5G test and measurement expertise and solutions allow us to implement more efficiently and reliably. Commercial deployment scenarios.”