MIMO, full form: multiple-input and multiple-output, is a method to increase the transmission and receiving of signals by introducing the concept of multiple transmissions being received by one receiver, hence, getting more than one information at a time and optimizing the output. This method is mainly used to spread the expanse of a network so that many systems can use it at a time.
With the help of china Unicom, MIMO has finally succeeded in providing a 5G network to households. 5G enables users to watch videos with a better sound, picture quality, and faster speed than never before.
China has given indoor access to 5G in the first year of its formation which was a very good step to increase its reach/market.
This was done by introducing the Massive MIMO technology to LampSite so as to form distributed Massive MIMO antenna arrays capable of supporting up to 64T64R ability.
How was it implemented?
Chinese went to all the important cities of the country to install the network by linking them to the homes in the country. Not only this, but the country has also been successful in liking 5G with Artificial Intelligence, big data, cloud computing, and various other industrial pieces of equipment as well.
With the help of this technique, not only will the search time decrease and video/picture quality increase, the lives would be made easier due to easily connect with the rest of the world in a more advanced way.
The outcome gets multiplied several times with the MoU that was signed between Huawei and China Unicom regarding providing 5G not only for industrial use but also for personal use by every individual of the country.
At this moment, the spread is restricted t the main cities, with time, however, the entire country and as planned before, the world will get acquainted with it too.