5G Will Improve the Port of Houston
The city of Houston is home to one of the largest ports in the United States and the numbers speak […]Read More
Nokia Delivers Impressive Results as it Tests C-Band in Dallas
Through its commercial 5G AirScale portfolio using 3.75 GHz, Nokia was able to reach download speeds faster than 1,000 Mbps […]Read More
Questions Grow Along With Demand for 12 GHz
Organizations are applying pressure on the FCC to open a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), a public notice focusing on analyzing and answering the questions organizations are presenting to the FCC in the hopes of reaching a different decision about the handling of the 12 GHz band within the United States.Read More
DISH Finishes Vendor Deals as Boost Acquisition Approaches
DISH has taken two steps forward by announcing that it will begin partnering with both Fujitsu and Altiostar to continue bolstering its 5G network capabilities.Read More
AT&T First Carrier to Debut Dynamic Spectrum Sharing
AT&T is the first to deploy dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS)- a key technology that will allow operators to use the […]Read More
U.S. is Now Allowed to Work With Huawei on 5G Standards
The United States is reversing its decision last year to restrict U.S. companies from doing business with China’s Huawei so […]Read More
The Czech Government Agrees With The U.S. on 5G Security
The Czech Government Agrees With The U.S. on 5G Security Pressure continues to mount on China as the United States […]Read More
How 5G Is Leading The Fourth Industrial Revolution
The world is finally getting 5G and it could not be a more exciting time for technology. 5G boasts average […]Read More
Trump Signs Two New Laws To Boost 5G Security & Availability
In March 2020, President Trump signed the Secure 5G and Beyond Act and the Broadband Deployment Accuracy and Technological Availability […]Read More
What is 5G Fixed Wireless Access And Why Should I Care About It?
At this point, the average American consumer understands that 5G is the future of wireless. What many people still don’t […]Read More
Huawei and the U.K. are at Odds Over 5G and the Coronavirus
The Chinese-based telecommunications giant was set to play a limited role in assisting with setting up Britain’s 5G network, but […]Read More
5G operates on a multi-band spectrum, with a peak speed of 20 Gbps and latency of just one millisecond.
5G signals can be blocked by walls and other obstructions. Carriers are working on solutions to allow uninterrupted signals indoors.
Most experts predict that in the early days of 5G, speeds will be more like 1.5 gigabytes per second. Which is still much faster than peak 4G speeds.
Latency is the response time it takes for a network to perform an action. For example, this is the time from which you press your game controller button to when your in-game character reacts.