What is 5G?
Posted on January 31, 2022 by Pivotal Commware
After three years of promises, 2022 will be a big year for 5G.
According to Verizon, the new mobile network tech will spit out “fourth industrial revolution”. The 5-G, which most Americans experienced now has looked like 4G with a new icon. Even now, AT&T and Verizon are turning on new networks — the much discussed C-band will finally go for new technologies — along with T-Mobile’s more mature mid-band network.
The hullaballoo over 5G, but without real new experiences, makes people wonder what the big deal is. Is what we’re seeing now even 5G? The answer is yes, technically. It turns out that 5G technology and 5G experience are all very different things and now in the United States we are getting the first without letting the third do it.
In many major cities, the carriers installed these small cells to increase 4G capacity starting in 2017. In those cities, they just need to add a radio to the existing site so that it can hold 5G. There are some hard times though, so carriers have problems convincing urban sprawl to let them add small cells to suburban neighborhoods. That’s the same as the previous battle against the establishment of cellular service in many of these cities.
Verizon has been trying to expand its high-band 5G security by making deals with companies that produce 5G extenders and repeaters such as Pivotal Commware.
Read the full article at Game News 24