Five Myths About 5G, Debunked

A Wall Street Journal employee debunked several myths surrounding what 5G can and can’t do. He noted that 5G will enhance the user experience of other technologies by connecting devices, automating manufacturing, and its low latency connections. 5G’s low latencies will enable growth in telemedical services and boost a range of development in the field of autonomous vehicles. 5G networks require small cells and are likely to replace 4G networks in several years, not immediately.

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