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5G - The Revolution

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From 1G to 4G, the introduction of each new generation of mobile technology has been motivated by the need to meet requirements identified by its predecessor. However, 5G will not be an incremental advance on 4G. 5G will be a paradigm shift designed to support much more than higher peak rates. It will expand the biggest technology platform in history to enable new services and improved user experiences. These ambitious improvements will be delivered using very high carrier frequencies with huge bandwidths, extreme device densities, and significant numbers of antennas. This talk explains how 5G will revolutionise the mobile user experience and reviews the key technologies which differentiate 5G from its predecessors. Are you ready?

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