Verizon works with Corning and Samsung to eliminate one of the disadvantages of mmWave 5G signals

As many of you know, there are two different systems that deliver 5G signals from carriers to their customers. Sub-6GHz uses spectrum with frequencies under 6GHz; these are usually low and mid-band airwaves. For example, T-Mobile’s 600MHz low-band signal and the 2.5GHz mid-band spectrum that it acquired from Sprint fit into that category. Sub-6GHz 5G signals travel long distances (which is why and have built out their nationwide 5G networks using these signals. And while the low-and mid-band signals can penetrate structures better, they do deliver slower download data speeds than the ultra-high …

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