Some interesting thoughts here on what 5G could become. As is pointed out, spectrum, antenna design, proximity to the cell tower and device chipset size will all come into play.
And of course, all of this is hype. There is still not any broadband anywhere that complies to the original 4G specifications. This all got out of hand when the marketing groups started to tout 3G performance for networks that were not yet at the 3G specs. And then came 3.5 G and 4G, and now I guess 5G.
But let’s look at the one claim that it seems 5G is going to have, which is blistering fast speeds…
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