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Friday, August 30, 2019

Waterloo Develops Faster 5G for IOT

Implications of 5G for broader more effective IOT?

Waterloo Researchers Develop 200X Faster, Low-Cost Network for 5G Connectivity 
International Business Times
Soorya Kiran
August 29, 2019

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada have developed a more affordable and efficient technique to enable 5G wireless connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The mmX millimeter wave network delivers multi-gigahertz of unlicensed bandwidth, 200-fold more bandwidth than that allocated to current Wi-Fi and cellular networks. MmX supports a significantly higher bitrate than Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Said Waterloo's Ali Abedi. "Any sensor you have in your home, which traditionally used Wi-Fi and lower frequency, can now communicate using high-speed millimeter wave networks. Autonomous cars are also going to use a huge number of sensors in them which will be connected through wire; now you can make all of them wireless and more reliable."  ... " 

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