Kajian Awal 5G Indonesia [5G Indonesia Early Preview]

Awangga Febian Surya Admaja


Indonesia saat ini tengah memasuki era teknologi 4G dimana secara global teknologi ini telah dikomersilkan sejak tahun 2009. Melihat pengalaman implementasi teknologi seluler dari 1G sampai dengan 4G di Indonesia yang selalu terlambat, maka kajian ini diharapkan dapat menjadi awal persiapan Indonesia dalam menghadapi teknologi 5G dengan mengidentifikasi teknologi seluler saat ini dengan gambaran umum industri telekomunikasi di Indonesia saat ini. Kajian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan metode pengumpulan data melalui FGD dan wawancara mendalam kepada regulator, operator, vendor, serta akademisi. Dalam kajian ini didapatkan bahwa Indonesia perlu memetakan key requirement 5G yang sesuai dengan kondisi di Indonesia sehingga dapat disusun roadmap 5G Indonesia.


Indonesia is currently entering the 4G era even though 4G technology has been commercialized globally since 2009. Seeing the experience of late implementation of mobile technology from 1G to 4G in Indonesia, this study is expected to be the initial preparation of Indonesia in facing 5G technology era to identify cellular technology today with a general overview of the telecommunications industry in Indonesia. The study used a qualitative approach with data collection methods through focus group discussions and depth interviews with regulators, operators, vendors, and academics. It was found in this study that Indonesia needs to map out 5g key requirements in accordance with the conditions in Indonesia so it can be used to prepare Indonesia 5G roadmap.

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