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5G:地上最大的展覽 (第19冊) - Cage Match (5G基準分析 - 主要5G NR智慧型手機、晶片組的性能)

5G: The Greatest Show on Earth - Volume 19, Cage Match (5G Benchmark Study, with a Focus on the Performance of Leading 5G NR Smartphones and Chipsets)

出版日期: | 出版商: Signals Research Group | 英文 61 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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簡介

本報告以主要5G NR智慧型手機及晶片組的性能實驗的結果為焦點,提供各終端、晶片的性能 (行車時的通話、資料傳送功能)的互相比較,及固定試驗、壓力測試的結果,各實驗地區、各時期的不同點,過去的實驗結果的比較,實驗結果和要因相關考察的彙整內容,為您概述為以下內容。

目錄

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 主要觀察結果

第3章 RF性能的結果與分析

  • 各個設備的試驗:各地區的結果
  • 同時設備試驗-:LGWing,OnePlus 9 Pro,S20 Ultra,S21 Ultra
  • LG Wing Open LG Wing Closed比較
  • LG Wing (QCOM) 和 LG Velvet (MTK)
  • S21 Ultra (QCOM),LG Velvet (MTK),A-51 (SAM)
  • 全智慧型手機用壓力測試:洛杉磯的市區
  • S21Ultra和iPhone12比較結果
    • 在加利福尼亞的實驗
    • 在明尼蘇達的實驗
    • S21Ultra和MotorolaOne 5GAce比較結果

第4章 實驗技術

第5章 結論

圖表索引

目錄

This nineteenth 5G benchmark study focuses on the performance of leading 5G NR smartphones and chipsets. We tested these devices and chipsets in T-Mobile's commercial Band n41 network in Buena Park, CA where Ericsson is the infrastructure supplier. We also included some additional testing in T-Mobile's network around Minneapolis, MN where Nokia is the infrastructure supplier.

Highlights of the Report include the following:

  • Our Thanks. We did this study in collaboration with Accuver Americas (XCAL-M and XCAP) and Spirent Communications (Umetrix Data). SRG did all the testing and analysis of the data and we are solely responsible for the commentary in the report.
  • The Scope. Our study included smartphones from Apple, LG (2), Motorola, OnePlus, and Samsung (4), as well as 5G NR chipsets from MediaTek, Samsung and Qualcomm (3).
  • Data Collection. We used full buffer HTTPS/UDP data transfer sessions that lasted two minutes and which ran repeatedly over a 17.2 km drive route. We also did stationary tests and stress tests, involving downlink/uplink data transfers, including with the introduction of a voice call during the data transfer session.
  • Data Analysis. We time binned and area binned the data to allow an apples-to-apples comparison of the results between smartphones, including filtering of data to ensure smartphones were all receiving data and attached to the same cell site. We analyzed spectral and resource block efficiency as a function of RF conditions and how frequently the smartphones used various features (4x4 MIMO, 256QAM, etc.) to enhance performance.
  • Headliner Device Results. No single smartphone stood out across all tests. However, with typical conditions over the drive route the Note 10 Plus (introduced more than two years ago), performed slightly better than its peers. Further, a more expensive smartphone does not mean better RF performance. With stress tests, more expensive smartphones with advanced processors could have an advantage.
  • Headliner Chipset Results. Although there were not meaningful differences in performance across chipsets, there were very obvious differences in strategies used to maximize performance.

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

2.0. Key Observations

3.0. RF Performance Results and Analysis

  • 3.1. Individual Device Testing with Geo Binned Results
  • 3.2. Simultaneous Device Testing - LG Wing, OnePlus 9 Pro, S20 Ultra and S21 Ultra
  • 3.3. LG Wing Open versus LG Wing Closed Comparative
  • 3.4. LG Wing (QCOM) versus LG Velvet (MTK)
  • 3.5. S21 Ultra (QCOM), LG Velvet (MTK) and A-51 (SAM)
  • 3.6. Stress Tests with all Smartphones - Downtown LA
  • 3.7. S21 Ultra and iPhone 12 Comparative Results
    • 3.7.1. California Testing
    • 3.7.2. Minnesota Testing
    • 3.8. S21 Ultra and Motorola One 5G Ace Comparative Results

4.0. Test Methodology

5.0. Final Thoughts

Index of Figures & Tables

  • Table 1. Scope of Study
  • Figure 1. Drive Test Route with Total 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput Across Four Smartphones
  • Figure 2. Initiating a VoNR Call
  • Figure 3. Drive Route with 5G NR Coverage by Band
  • Figure 4. Drive Route with 5G NR RSRP
  • Figure 5. Area Binned 5G NR PDSCH Throughput - by smartphone
  • Figure 6. Area Binned 5G NR PDSCH Throughput - Galaxy S20 Ultra versus LG Velvet and Galaxy A-51
  • Figure 7. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 8. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput (Mbps) versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 9. LG Wing 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus Second Top Performer - by RSRP
  • Figure 10. Note 10 Plus 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus Second Top Performer - by RSRP
  • Figure 11. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus SINR - by smartphone
  • Figure 12. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus SINR - by smartphone
  • Figure 13. MIMO Rank versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 14. CQI versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 15. MCS versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 16. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized Throughput versus RSRP - by smartphone (HTTPS)
  • Figure 17. Cumulative Distribution of 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput and Median Throughput - by smartphone
  • Figure 18. Cumulative Distribution of the 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and Median Throughput versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 19. Cumulative Distribution of SINR - by smartphone
  • Figure 20. Downlink 5G NR PDSCH Throughput versus SINR - by smartphone
  • Figure 21. Median RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 22. LG Wing Smartphone
  • Figure 23. RSRP versus SINR - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 24. Distribution of MIMO Rank - by smartphone
  • Figure 25. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - by smartphone
  • Figure 26. Comparative Median RSRP with Area Binning - Open versus Closed
  • Figure 27. Cumulative Distribution of RSRP Values - Open versus Closed
  • Figure 28. Comparative Median 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput with Area Binning - Open versus Closed
  • Figure 29. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP - Open versus Closed
  • Figure 30. MIMO Rank 3 or MIMO Rank 4 versus RSRP - Open versus Closed
  • Figure 31. Cumulative Distribution of 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and Median Values - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 32. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 33. Distribution of MIMO Rank - LG Wing and LG Velvet versus Closed
  • Figure 34. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 35. Cumulative Distribution of RSRP - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 36. 256QAM versus RSRP - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 37. 256QAM versus SINR - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 38. MIMO Rank versus RSRP - LG Wing and LG Velvet
  • Figure 39. Cumulative Distribution of 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput - by smartphone
  • Figure 40. Cumulative Distribution of RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 41. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP and Median Throughput - by smartphone
  • Figure 42. 5G NR Downlink RB Normalized PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP and Median Throughput - LG Wing and A-51
  • Figure 43. MIMO Rank versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 44. 256QAM versus RSRP - by smartphone
  • Figure 45. Distribution of MIMO Rank - by smartphone
  • Figure 46. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - by smartphone
  • Figure 47. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and RB Allocations with HTTPS - by smartphone
  • Figure 48. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and RB Allocations with UDP - by smartphone
  • Figure 49. MIMO Rank and 256QAM Utilization Time Series Plot - S21 Ultra and OnePlus 9 Pro
  • Figure 50. MIMO Rank and 256QAM Utilization Time Series Plot - A-51 and LG Velvet
  • Figure 51. MIMO Rank and 256QAM Utilization Time Series Plot - LG Wing
  • Figure 52. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and RB Utilization with Simultaneous Downlink and Uplink HTTPS - by smartphone
  • Figure 53. 5G NR Uplink PUSCH Throughput and RB Utilization with Simultaneous Downlink and Uplink HTTPS - by smartphone
  • Figure 54. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 55. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - OnePlus 9 Pro
  • Figure 56. Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - A-51
  • Figure 57. Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - LG Velvet
  • Figure 58. Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - LG Wing
  • Figure 59. Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - S20 Ultra
  • Figure 60. Downlink PDSCH and Uplink PUSCH Throughput with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - Note 10 Plus
  • Figure 61. HTTPS, UDP and Simultaneous Downlink/Uplink Test Results - iPhone 12
  • Figure 62. Application Layer Throughput with Simultaneous Downlink/Uplink Data Transfers with a Voice Call Initiated During the Test - iPhone 12
  • Figure 63. Application Layer Throughput Time Series and Median Values - S21 Ultra and iPhone 12
  • Figure 64. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and RB Allocations Time Series - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 65. 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and RSRP Time Series - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 66. Application Layer Throughput Time Series and Median Values - S21 Ultra and iPhone 12
  • Figure 67. 5G NR PDSCH and LTE PDSCH Throughput Time Series - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 68. 5G NR RSRP Time Series - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 69. Downlink 5G NR Resource Block Allocations Time Series - S21 Ultra
  • Figure 70. Cumulative Distribution of 5G NR PDSCH Throughput - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 71. MIMO Rank versus RSRP - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 72. Distribution of MIMO Rank - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 73. Distribution of Modulation Schemes - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 74. RB Normalized 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput and Median Throughput versus RSRP - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 75. RB Normalized 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 76. Relative Results for RB Normalized 5G NR Downlink PDSCH Throughput versus RSRP - S21 Ultra and One 5G Ace
  • Figure 77. XCAL-M in Action
  • Figure 78. Umetrix Data Architecture