ITU: 5G base stations should offer 20Gbps downloads, 10Gbps uploads and support one million devices over one mile

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ITU: 5G base stations should offer 20Gbps downloads, 10Gbps uploads and support one million devices over one mile
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ITU: 5G base stations should offer 20Gbps downloads, 10Gbps uploads and support one million devices over one mile

ITU outlines draft specs for 5G communications

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has published new technical specifications for 5G services, suggesting that the technology should drastically ratchet-up mobile communications perfo...

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