Samsung Networks Business to deliver the latest in mmWave 5G innovation, initially offering 5G mmWave radio solutions in both the 26Ghz and 28Ghz spectrums.
Scientists from Georgia Tech have found a way to reliably harvest the energy from 5G at 28Ghz, overcoming antenna problems that previously required such solutions to be within line of sight of a tower.
In expanding 5G trials in rural and suburban environments, U.S. Cellular is the first carrier to test 28GHz with radios at macro antenna height of 123 feet, while doing VR video streams over 5G.
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