October 25, 2019

What is 5G and how will it transform our cellular networks?

A discussion with the UA College of Engineering's Ravi Tandon.

Phoenix became the first city in Arizona to begin receiving 5G service earlier this year. Major carriers only offer 5G service in a few dozen cities nationwide, but that’s expected to increase over the next few years. Arizona 360 learned more about 5G’s significance from Ravi Tandon, an assistant professor in the University of Arizona College of Engineering.

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