5G TERMS AND ACRONYMS

November 15, 2019

The promise of 5G is faster and more reliable communications. 5G opens doors to exciting new connections to Internet of Things (IoT) networks, autonomous driving, broadband wireless, and interruption-free video viewing. Whatever you develop 5G technology for, it will be imperative to understand design and test concepts and solutions across multiple dimensions. There are a lot of 5G terms and more on the way. We’ve got you covered – here’s a list of what’s out there today. Second-generation digital cellular networks used by mobile phones, designed as a replacement for analog first-generation radio (1G). Designed primarily for voice using digital standards.

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