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UK telecoms regulator studies possibility of 5G


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UK telecoms regulator studies possibility of 5G

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Phys.org)—Minding the need for more and more mobile spectrum in a post-4G environment, Ofcom, the UK telecoms regulator, announced on Friday that it is preparing to support the release of spectrum for future mobile services, possibly 5G, when the spectrum becomes available. It's all about needed support for future mobile network capacity needs. Ofcom said it is looking into a way to avert the risk of a capacity crunch in mobile data as people consume more bandwidth on mobile devices, making sure that the mobile infrastructure in the UK can continue to support the growth in consumer demand.







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I'd like to see wifi have the same range of Cellular signals. No more small ass hot spots for 5G.

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arh..our place are not even had 4g yet..i guess 10 years later for me

I am not a fan of S.T show "just don't like it" ,Its boring like hell but I love to see cool technology in coming years.

i don't live in really great english countries like some you guys, im alittle indian,chinese,enbgrish ,mexican, leaf village and soul society .


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Your link is broken http://phys.org/news...ibility-5g.html I want to learn more about this 5G

Hey.  Stop reading.  The post is over.





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