Category: Wireless


“5G” is mostly about adding capacity in major markets, and offering a broadband-like wireless connection

5G is not likely to solve much of the rural access issue. Mainly, its a high capacity, faster wireless link at millimeter wavelengths, meaning relatively short distances from base stations. It’s sort of like WiFi on a neighborhood scale. It will enable wireless providers to deliver a wired-like broadband experience, primarily to urban dwellers who will see an added broadband option. However, since phone companies already offer wired services, in many cases consumers will not see an additional market competitor.

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University of Washington: upcoming Internet accessible lecture on #IoT #Wearables Technology

Next Thursday at UW CSE or view remotely: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Computer Science and Engineering COLLOQUIUM SPEAKER:   David Kotz, Dartmouth College TITLE:     Amulet: An Energy-Efficient, Multi-Application Wearable Platform DATE:      Thursday, December 1, 2016 TIME:      3:30pm PLACE:     EEB-105 HOST: ...

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