Japanese scientists develop tiny 28GHz transceiver capable of 5G speeds  

Lee Bell
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Based on new 'beam steering' technique

Scientists at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a tiny 28GHz transceiver meant for capable of establishing a stable high-speed 5G communication. Most modern transceivers designed ...

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