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5G in mmWave bands – good enough to render fiber obsolete?

 

There is an abundance of spectrum in the millimeter
Wave bands, but offering “unlimited bandwidth” in 5G still
requires expensive backhaul (and fiber)

The mobile industry has set very aggressive targets for 5G such as: 1-10Gbps delivered connection speed (not theoretical maximum), and 1000x bandwidth per unit area (see my previous article). What will make this possible is the ability to use spectrum in the millimeter wave bands (30-300 GHz), and […]

5G reality check – who wants to pay for 1 millisecond latency?

Pointing toward the future (Ericsson CEO, MWC Barcelona)

 

Bold targets, but is the industry
promising more than it can deliver?

The mobile industry’s vision documents for 5G mobile are promising fantastic leaps in performance over current networks (links below). But as 5G evolves over the coming 10 to 15 years, it will most likely be a repeat of the pattern seen in 3G and 4G mobile.

The first step in the […]

Millimeter wave transmission – are secretive financial firms leapfrogging 5G and the wireless industry?

Low latency wireless microwave links between financial centers (London-Frankfurt)

Over the last few years, a new breed of specialised service providers have been offering low latency wireless Point-to-Point networks between financial centers. But for the High Frequency Trading (HFT) firms who use these services, fast is not enough. To beat the competition, they want their connection to be faster than everyone else.

Secretive cash rich financial trading firms are already renting […]