Verizon: 5g millimeter wave will eliminate the need for public WiFi in most environments

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 Verizon: 5g millimeter wave will eliminate the need for public WiFi in most environments


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When asked about the number of cellular base stations needed to achieve this goal, he said the key lies in 5g indoor solutions, and Verizon has been studying repeaters and nodes in the indoor environment. This means using devices such as repeaters and extenders to cover places such as residential and industrial facilities, much like using Wi Fi and mesh networks.

This is in line with what Nicki Palmer, senior vice president of technology and product development at Verizon, said last month during the Qualcomm snapdragon summit. In addition to repeaters based on new beamforming technology, 5g distributed antenna system (DAS) and other tools are expected to come out in 2020. She said that 5gdas equipment has not really appeared, but will be realized in 2020. Operators usually use Das in stadiums and other places to improve or expand network coverage and capacity.

Ronan Dunne said Verizons focus on millimeter waves has always been groundbreaking, and with the advent of dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) in 2020, eventually all of its spectrum will be able to deploy 5g.

This year, the price of millimeter wave terminals will be less than $800, and then less than $600, and the second half of 2020 will be crucial for Verizons 5ghome products, as high-performance CPE will be available.

Source: c114 communication network editor in charge: Liao ziyao, nbjs10040