has two different 5G variations. Ultra Wideband uses high band mmWave signals that travel over shorter distances (explaining why it takes so long to build out these networks), and why they are best employed in dense cities. The mmWave signals are also easier blocked by structures. However, they do provide the fastest download data speeds running as fast as 4 Gbps using carrier aggregation. The latter combines multiple channels of spectrum allowing for faster data speeds to be possible. As Verizon states, “Customers will also see a boost in speeds with two carrier aggregation now available … Read more
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