17:23 17 July 2017
5G technology, which is expected to be rolled out starting 2020, promises mobile users faster data and much more reliable service. In order for it to handle far more traffic at much higher speeds than the base stations that make up today’s cellular networks, 5G beamforming will be utilised.
5G Beamforming is a traffic-signaling system that identifies the most efficient data-delivery route, reducing interference in the process. The technology will be used to boost MIMO arrays to send individual data packets in many different directions, allowing several users and antennas on a massive MIMO array to exchange much more information at once. 5G Beamforming is expected to solve the problem of blocked cellular signals by pointing concentrated beam to the direction of a user.
By combining beamforming and other 5G technologies, a reliable wireless network that can address the needs of VR gamers and mobile phone users can be easily built.
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