Category: 5G

5G networks are digital cellular networks, in which the service area covered by providers is divided into small geographical areas called cells. Analog signals representing sounds and images are digitized in the telephone, converted by an analog-to-digital converter and transmitted as a stream of bits.

5G is coming to robots and drones with Qualcomm’s new RB5 system

The technology, which combines hardware and software, will make it possible for places like factories to roll out super responsive machines.

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How does 5G work?

5G initially used super high-frequency spectrum, which has shorter range but higher capacity, to deliver a massive pipe for online access. Think of it as a glorified Wi-Fi hotspot.

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How 5G will change your life?

A big boost in speed and responsiveness is just the tip of the iceberg for the next-generation wireless technology.

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What is 5G?

But what exactly is 5G? Why are people so excited? The following is a breakdown of why the next generation of wireless technology is more than just a boost in speed. (If you’re really interested, check out our glossary of 5G terms.)

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