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Good news for everyone who wants to be faster than LTE advanced

5G technology can provide data rates exceeding 10 Gb/s – 1000 fold more than current mobile networks. Applying this to the over 500 billion devices connected to the internet will change the internet dramatically. The telecom operator Exatel is working

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Exatel participates in Rapid 5G testing project

Polish operator Exatel […] is taking part in the Radio technologies for 5G project, which will use Advanced Photonic Infrastructure for dense user environments (RAPID), initiated by the European Commission and Japanese NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology).

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A leap to new levels of computerization and Internet of Things with 5G

The Polish telecom operator Exatel participates in RAPID5G, always willing to contribute to the development of new technologies. Funded by Horizon 2020, the largest EU program for research and innovation in history, RAPID5G could effect raising the level of computerization

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A matter of communication

5G technology is often seen as key for fast, mobile access to video streaming, cloud based services and social media. Furthermore reliable, low latency 5G data links are essential for achieving the goals of “Industry 4.0” with automation controlled in

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5Qs on 5G: With Siklu

The leading provider for mm-wave equipment Siklu wants to ensure the disruptive potential of 5G. Having already started the millimetre-wave revolution with their all-silicon radio and their extensive knowledge on 60 GHz technology, Silku views 5G as a tremendous opportunity.

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The internet of the future comes from the lamp pole

Lamp poles can be the base stations of the future. With their already installed electrical infrastructure and closeness to the user lamp poles could be ideal for ultrafast 5G small cells. UDE has already developed small low-cost 60 GHz antennas

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The mobile network of the future

 Watching a HD quality videostream of the latest goal, while being in a football stadium with over 50,000 othr fans will be possible with the advent of 5G technology in 2020. The Optoelectronics department of UDE is researching the next

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UDE researches mobile networks of the future – in a lamp pole!

Mobile traffic is increasing radically, as more and more users go online with their smartphone.  UDE is researching a solution for overfilled networks and rooftops packed with more antennas. The planned 5G networks will work at higher frequencies, providing data

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