The final part of the ‘All the Gs’ series looks at 5G and the future of radio spectrum technology.
Part two of this series explores how 2G became 4G.
To understand broadband cellular network technology, it’s important to appreciate the history of the radio spectrum.
Guest post: There is a tradeoff between achievable throughput and coverage of wireless signals — using multiple channels can deliver better results.
Guest Post: How will the increase in the frequency of extreme rainfall events effect wireless communications into the future?
Guest Post: The University of the South Pacific manages a number of challenges in operating, maintaining and upgrading its large and diverse network.
Guest Post: Community White Space wireless Networks are helping to connect rural communities in developing economies such as Thailand.
Guest Post: Improved scheduling policy enhances the ability of a wireless mesh path to transmit more performance-guaranteed traffic.
The LibreRouter project has developed an open source, open hardware router, customized to the needs of community-run networks.
Guest Post: Low-cost Internet via wireless mesh networks may be achievable using current established Internet resources to improve long-distance wireless communication.