Dec 03, 2020

5G, the fifth-generation cellular network, is on the cusp of becoming the primary data provider. Differing from its predecessors, 5G harnesses super-high-frequency airwaves that increase the rate of data transfer and decrease latency, allowing for upwards of 10 to 20 times quicker uploads and downloads than existing networks. However, transmission towers have far less range than their antecedents, resulting in the need for increased physical infrastructure for mass usage.

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