The 5th Generation (5G) communication technology

We cannot agree more to the fact that by the end of 2025 the technology will become cordless technology. In fact, it is assumed by industry experts that around 75 billion internet of things will have wireless technology. Just because 4G may not be able to keep up, 5G is on its way. This fifth generation of wireless technology brings motives in three areas: greater speed to move more data, lower latency to be more responsive, and the ability to connect many more devices at once from sensors to smart devices. 5G networks are expected to accelerate data up to 100 times faster than today’s technology. This will require advanced connectivity for broader bandwidth and high-clarity communications

For deploying 5G, it’s important to understand key technologies such as the move from separate RRU and antenna systems to AAU with massive multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) integrating antenna elements and other active electronics.

Antenna systems are expected to move from passive structures into active antenna units, containing electronics positioned directly at the antenna edge. The new active antenna systems are expected to move antennas IMO to serve multiple users through multiple wireless channels, the so-called multi-user massive MIMO or MU-MIMO. We expect this to generate a high amount of data per antenna element through internal connections such as connectors and cables.

5G is expected to achieve faster transmission rates, more powerful data exchange networks, and more seamless real-time communication. This will enable tremendous growth for advanced and innovative connectivity solutions.

Ubintex has a wide breadth of product portfolios to support your 5G needs.

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