Technology developed by UCL researchers as part of the EU-funded 5G-MEDIA project could help avoid scenes seen on the BBC’s failed first broadcast over a 5G network.
On the 31st of May 5G publicly failed to support a BBC outside broadcast that attempted to be the first such aired transmission on the UK’s new 5G network, which had been launched on the same day.
The broadcast had to be cut short by the presenter in the studio due to video and audio distortion that made the footage impossible for the audience to follow.
5G-MEDIA in which members of the Institute of Communications and Connected Systems (ICCS) have a large involvement, believes it has the solution to future similar situations.
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