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kq4ym
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5/29/2018 | 12:30:24 PM
Re: Reality Check
I would suspect there's going to be more and more concern as 5G moves nearer to reality as the choices between range and speed become a trade-off as well as probable public concerns over the RFI and health and safety concerns of the high frequency radio transmissions.
DanJones
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5/23/2018 | 11:43:40 AM
Re: Reality Check
mmWave surely isn't going to offer ubiquitous coverage by itself anytime soon. But do you want coverage, or do you want speed?
Phil_Britt
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5/19/2018 | 3:26:46 PM
Reality Check
Verizon can call it a 5G city, 6G, or unlimited G. The proof will be if it is truly avaiulable and where. How many cities "had broadband," but only in limited areas or under only excellent conditions for many years?
Duh!
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5/16/2018 | 10:54:47 AM
More challenging?
How so? Business models ordinarily favor mm-wave FWA for high density areas.


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