White Paper: RF Innovation and the Transition to 5G Wireless Techology

5G, wireless, iot, RF

The next generation of wireless technology,5G, is still in the early stages of definition, but is receiving increased visibility, as the number of wireless-enable devices expands from mobile phones to mission-critical devices and the emerging Internet of Things(IoT). Carriers and manufacturers envision 5G as a standard that continues to advance data speeds for mobile video and fixed-wireless devices, while also providing connectivity for the massive number of IoT devices – two very different network demands. No matter how 5G will ultimately be implemented, higher data-rates, more capacity and many more connected “things” will be parts of the wireless future. The emerging definition of 5G envisions dramatic performance improvements in network capacity, mobile connections, latency, cost, data rates and

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