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Timeline of 5G

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! Year Key year !! Development summary|-| 2016 || {{w|AT&T}} starts conducting 5G field trials with mmWave spectrum.<ref name="ddss">{{cite web |title=The 5G era in the US |url=https://www.gsmaintelligence.com/research/?file=4cbbdb475f24b3c5f5a93a2796a4aa28&download |website=gsmaintelligence.com |accessdate=20 January 2020}}</ref>
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| 2017 || 77 operators in 49 countries complete {{w|5G}} trials. The non-standalone (NSA) mode of {{w|5G NR}} specifications are approved by {{w|3GPP}}.<ref name="ddss"/>
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| 2016 || July || Policy || {{w|FCC}} || The United States {{w|Federal Communications Commission}} (FCC) frees up vast amounts of {{w|bandwidth}} in underused high-band spectrum for 5G. The Spectrum Frontiers Proposal (SFP) doubles the amount of millimeter-wave unlicensed spectrum to 14GHz and creates four times the amount of flexible, mobile-use spectrum the FCC has licensed to date.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://wireless.engineering.nyu.edu/fcc-spectrum-frontier-proposal-updated/|title=FCC Spectrum Frontier Proposal {{!}} NYU WIRELESS|date=2016-07-15|work=NYU WIRELESS|access-date=2017-05-18}}</ref> || {{w|United States}}
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| 2016 || || || {{w|AT&T}} || {{w|AT&T}} starts conducting 5G field trials with mmWave spectrum.<ref name="ddss">{{cite web |title=The 5G era in the US |url=https://www.gsmaintelligence.com/research/?file=4cbbdb475f24b3c5f5a93a2796a4aa28&download |website=gsmaintelligence.com |accessdate=20 January 2020}}</ref> || {{w|United States}}
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| 2017 || December || Network standard || {{w|3GPP}} || The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) approves NSA {{w|5G NR}} specifications.<ref name="ddss"/> ||
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