Modems are hard
Even though Apple acquired Intel's modem business unit, the company failed to materialize its in-house 5G modem that works in the worldwide market. Shortly before the iPhone's announcement, it was announced that Apple still sticks with the Qualcomm modems.
Frequency range of 3,400MHz
Mitsubishi has developed what is believed to be the world’s first gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier that achieves a frequency range of 3,400MHz using a single power amplifier.
Spending billions in the US
Apple announced a new multiyear, multibillion-dollar agreement with Broadcom, a leading US technology and advanced manufacturing company.
Want EU to make it happen
Big tech companies accounting for more than five per cent of a telecoms provider's peak average internet traffic should help fund the rollout of 5G and broadband across Europe, according to a draft proposal by the telecoms industry.
Needs puncture repair kit
Ericsson reported flat organic sales as companies slowed their 5G deployments.
It made 1.5 billion connections at the end of last year
Beancounters at market analysts Omdia has added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that there will be 5.9 billion 5G subscribers by the end of 2027.
Will warn you if there are tomatos avaliable in your supermarket
Post-Brexit turnip-eaters, the UK have bought in a government-backed public warning system, in which alerts are sent to mobile phone users about events that may put their life in danger.
26 GHz and 40 GHz bands available
The UK's telecom's regulator Ofcom is making mmWave spectrum in the 26 GHz and 40 GHz bands available for new mobile technologies and 5G services.
Smart city plans are not drawn up by lizard people
A South Australian council has been forced to refute a bizarre panic amongst its citizens who have been convinced it is under the control of lizard people who want to install 5G towers to kill them or control their minds.