Samsung’s new 6CA LTE modem supports download speeds of up to 1.2 Gbps

Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled the Exynos 8895 processors attached to the Cat.16 LTE and 5 CA and download speeds of up to 1GB per second. Samsung today announced the new 6CA LTE modem using Carrier Aggregation technology to support download speeds of up to 1.2 Gbps For the first time in the industry.

Samsung has worked with Anritsu, a Japanese telecom company, to achieve download speeds of up to 1.2GB using the new Cat.18 LTE modem with the industry’s first 6CA support. This 20% increase in download speeds allows smartphone users to download movies Full-length HD in just 10 seconds or make video calls with minimal effort as well as live streaming.

Carrier aggregation technology combines multi-band carriers with different bandwidths, allowing two frequencies at the same time to transmit a single signal, thereby improving data transfer rates compared to 5CA technology in the previous generation modem. The new technology also provides more consistent and reliable data transfer, In addition, the company also equipped the new modem with 4 × 4 MIMO and 256 QAM for maximum data transfer.

With the increase in high-quality content services over the Internet, demand for modems and high-performance network connections continues to rise, and the company’s next major production by the end of this year is expected to be the new Exynos processors equipped with a 6CA LTE modem. Will come under the name Exynos 9810 and it will come first in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus early next year, and the GalaxyNote 8, which will be unveiled on August 23 next, will be equipped with the processor Exynos 8895, Samsung is also working on two new processors Manufactured by 10 nanometers T two Exynos processor 7885 and processor Exynos 9610.

 

 

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