Before we see 5G networks and handsets, semiconductor fabs will need to change the way that they process wafers, test engineers will have to figure out how to test, and handset designers will have to figure out how to track steered beams as people move. On top of these and other problems, wireless products will have to sell for prices close to current levels. These were the takeaways from the 5G Summit at the 2018 International Microwave Symposium (IMS). 

 

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There are some processes that still need to be considered for 5G to come to life. This article explains the discussions from the  5G Summit at the 2018 International Microwave Symposium (IMS). 

 


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