The Tiger T7520 developed on Unisoc's Makalu 5G platform integrates the world's first 5G modem to support coverage enhancement for any application scenario. By allowing carriers to deploy 5G on their existing 4G spectrums, T7520 expands the application of Unisoc's patented large-bandwidth dynamic spectrum sharing technology, maximizing the utilization of existing resources to facilitate cooperation and sharing for a cheaper and faster deployment of 5G. In particular, T7520 is optimized for use on 500KM/h high-speed railway, providing passengers with a premium 5G experience.
This modem supports 5G NR TDD+FDD carrier aggregation and uplink and downlink decoupling and can enhance coverage by more than 100%. Unisoc's innovative 5G super transmitter technology can increase the uplink speed by up to 60% and meet demanding scenarios such as VR and 4K/8K ultra-high-resolution live streaming. T7520 supports the Sub-6GHz band, NSA/SA dual-mode networking, and 2G through 5G networks. Under the SA mode, it provides a peak uplink speed of more than 3.25Gbps. In addition, it supports dual-SIM dual-5G and EPS Fall-back and VoNR high-resolution audio and video calls.
"T7520 is built upon some of the world’s leading technologies, giving it comprehensively enhanced performance at a new low of power consumption," said Steve Chu, CEO of Unisoc. "Its open and innovative architecture demonstrates our commitment to joining hands with partners to provide users with superior intelligent experiences."
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13 Април 2020