As the number of mobile users and the demand for high speed communication grows, companies and industry groups are working around the clock to rise to the challenge.
The 5G network aims to be 100 times faster than 4G LTE and increase broadband connection speeds by 10 times.
“There are a lot of moving pieces that need to arrive at the same place in order for 5G to move from concept to reality,” says Bill Rosas, cofounder of Signal Microwave.
“Those on the front line not only have to implement the 5G, they need to figure out everything from testing the networks to updating the interconnects in their systems.”
The small details of connectors are worthy of significant R focus.
These indispensable electromechanical parts used to join electrical terminations, which can transfer electromagnetic energy from one transmission line to another component for transmission or interpretation.