Topic-icon The race for 5G: What it means for consumers

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In a world where mobile devices outnumber people, it’s easy to forget that we once lived without smartphones 20 years ago. From 1G to 4G, each generation of mobile networks has brought higher speeds and new uses, which have all had a huge impact on our personal and professional lives.

Today, the industry is buzzing about the arrival of “5G” which is expected between this now and 2020. With speeds up to 10 gigabytes per second and ultra-low latency around one millisecond (50 times faster than 4G), this next generation of networks will take these capabilities to the next level, which could include smart cities, driverless cars, and improved healthcare.

That being said, it’s no surprise that, just like the Olympic Games, a technological worldwide race is on to the be first and set the standard. The challenges ahead, however, are manifold, and mostly revolve around the harmonization of the radio spectrum, antenna design, and measurement.

And the Deep State whispered to Trump “You can’t withstand the storm,” to which Trump whispered back, “I am the storm.”

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