FCC signs agreement, gives go ahead to network carriers to start 5G tech testing
If you have been expecting the upgrade from the normal network 4G that we once oohed and aahed about but are already tired of now, there is good news for you yet as the FCC has started to make moves for the actualisation of the 5G network. Although we do not have a date for this, we all know that technology cannot be rushed and we just have to wait to see where things go.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has just put pen to paper on an agreement that would enable network carriers and providers to test out their 5G networks on various sites and on successful completion of this project, could be the birth of the 4G LTE’s successor.
The only condition in the agreement signed was that the small scale installations of the network providers should in no way cause any disturbance to sites of historical importance and landmarks. Right now, we feel that the pressure is mounting on these network providers by mobile phone makers to get the 5G party started.
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