China-5G Planning

Chinese telecom carriers to conduct massive 5G tests

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Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, east China - April 28, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of visitors to 5G exhibition
2. Rotating 5G sign
3. Various of official from China Mobile making announcement about 5G planning
4. Officials of telecom carriers at 5G exhibition
5. Official from China Unicom making announcement about 5G planning
6. Official from China Telecom making announcement about 5G planning
7. Exhibition zone of China Mobile
8. Exhibition zone of China Telecom

Beijing, China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of worker building 5G base station
10. 5G base station facility
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Qingxia, General Manager, Communication Development Department, China Tower Corporation (starting with shot 10):
"Now we are building 5G base station facilities in 41 cities of 23 provinces."

China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
12. People trying smartphones
13. Various of exhibitor showing visitor latest smartphone
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yang Tao, vice president, Telecom Carrier Business Department, Huawei China (starting with shot 13/ending with shot 15):
"It took about 10 years for 3G to have 500 million global users and five to six years for 4G to do that. We estimate only two or three years are needed for 5G to reach 500 million users."
15. Various of visitors checking new smartphones
16. Various of customer premise equipment (CPE)
17. Tag of Huawei CPE Pro
18. Exhibitor talking to reporter
19. CPE
20. Various of visitor playing video game
21. Intelligent network system
22. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Chen Fengwei, senior manager, China Unicom (ending with shots 23-24):
"Mobile phone is just a small part of 5G terminals. The size of the market of intelligent terminals like CPE may be many times that of the smartphone market."
23. Chen talking to reporter
24. Various of products on display

Beijing, China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
25. Skyscrapers
26. Various of worker building 5G base station
27. 5G base station
28. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Yuhong, Vice President, China Mobile Research Institute (starting with shot 27/ending with shot 29):
"How many base stations to build, where to build the stations and how to set the antenna angle of base stations — all of these will greatly impact user experience and need tons of experiments to deal with."
29. Various of 5G base station facilities

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Chinese telecom carriers disclosed their 5G planning for this year at the end of April, indicating massive tests will be conducted across China.

China Mobile, which has the world's largest network and customer base, plans to test 5G network in five cities and build the first 5G base station meeting international standards in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.

China Unicom will test its 5G coverage in 40 major Chinese cities, and China Telecom has already completed its regional 5G networks for test.

So far, the telecom carriers are busy working with companies like China Tower Corporation on installing 5G base stations.

"Now we are building 5G base station facilities in 41 cities of 23 provinces," said Huang Qingxia, General Manager of the Communication Development Department of China Tower Corporation.

Smartphone producers like Huawei said they have made their 5G phones and wait for licenses for commercial use.

"It took about 10 years for 3G to have 500 million global users and five to six years for 4G to do that. We estimate only two or three years are needed for 5G to reach 500 million users," said Yang Tao, vice president of the Telecom Carrier Business Department of Huawei China.

The 5G market is also profitable for device makers and some have made customer premise equipment (CPE) to transform 5G signal into Wi-Fi for home or industrial use.

"Mobile phone is just a small part of 5G terminals. The size of the market of intelligent terminals like CPE may be many times that of the smartphone market," said Chen Fengwei, a senior manager of China Unicom.

Despite great potential, it still takes time for full 5G application.

"How many base stations to build, where to build the stations and how to set the antenna angle of base stations — all of these will greatly impact user experience and need tons of experiments to deal with," said Huang Yuhong, vice president of the China Mobile Research Institute.

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  • Published : 2019-05-08 15:16
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  • Location : Zhejiang/Beijing,China
  • Category : economy, business and finance
  • Duration : 2'02
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China-5G Planning

Chinese telecom carriers to conduct massive 5G tests

Dateline : April 28, 2019/Recent

Location : Zhejiang/Beijing,China

Duration : 2'02

  • English
  • Pусский


Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, east China - April 28, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of visitors to 5G exhibition
2. Rotating 5G sign
3. Various of official from China Mobile making announcement about 5G planning
4. Officials of telecom carriers at 5G exhibition
5. Official from China Unicom making announcement about 5G planning
6. Official from China Telecom making announcement about 5G planning
7. Exhibition zone of China Mobile
8. Exhibition zone of China Telecom

Beijing, China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of worker building 5G base station
10. 5G base station facility
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Qingxia, General Manager, Communication Development Department, China Tower Corporation (starting with shot 10):
"Now we are building 5G base station facilities in 41 cities of 23 provinces."

China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
12. People trying smartphones
13. Various of exhibitor showing visitor latest smartphone
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yang Tao, vice president, Telecom Carrier Business Department, Huawei China (starting with shot 13/ending with shot 15):
"It took about 10 years for 3G to have 500 million global users and five to six years for 4G to do that. We estimate only two or three years are needed for 5G to reach 500 million users."
15. Various of visitors checking new smartphones
16. Various of customer premise equipment (CPE)
17. Tag of Huawei CPE Pro
18. Exhibitor talking to reporter
19. CPE
20. Various of visitor playing video game
21. Intelligent network system
22. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Chen Fengwei, senior manager, China Unicom (ending with shots 23-24):
"Mobile phone is just a small part of 5G terminals. The size of the market of intelligent terminals like CPE may be many times that of the smartphone market."
23. Chen talking to reporter
24. Various of products on display

Beijing, China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
25. Skyscrapers
26. Various of worker building 5G base station
27. 5G base station
28. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Huang Yuhong, Vice President, China Mobile Research Institute (starting with shot 27/ending with shot 29):
"How many base stations to build, where to build the stations and how to set the antenna angle of base stations — all of these will greatly impact user experience and need tons of experiments to deal with."
29. Various of 5G base station facilities


Chinese telecom carriers disclosed their 5G planning for this year at the end of April, indicating massive tests will be conducted across China.

China Mobile, which has the world's largest network and customer base, plans to test 5G network in five cities and build the first 5G base station meeting international standards in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.

China Unicom will test its 5G coverage in 40 major Chinese cities, and China Telecom has already completed its regional 5G networks for test.

So far, the telecom carriers are busy working with companies like China Tower Corporation on installing 5G base stations.

"Now we are building 5G base station facilities in 41 cities of 23 provinces," said Huang Qingxia, General Manager of the Communication Development Department of China Tower Corporation.

Smartphone producers like Huawei said they have made their 5G phones and wait for licenses for commercial use.

"It took about 10 years for 3G to have 500 million global users and five to six years for 4G to do that. We estimate only two or three years are needed for 5G to reach 500 million users," said Yang Tao, vice president of the Telecom Carrier Business Department of Huawei China.

The 5G market is also profitable for device makers and some have made customer premise equipment (CPE) to transform 5G signal into Wi-Fi for home or industrial use.

"Mobile phone is just a small part of 5G terminals. The size of the market of intelligent terminals like CPE may be many times that of the smartphone market," said Chen Fengwei, a senior manager of China Unicom.

Despite great potential, it still takes time for full 5G application.

"How many base stations to build, where to build the stations and how to set the antenna angle of base stations — all of these will greatly impact user experience and need tons of experiments to deal with," said Huang Yuhong, vice president of the China Mobile Research Institute.

ID : 8110227

Published : 2019-05-08 15:16

Last Modified : 2019-05-08 21:08:50

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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