5G to every home: Samsung unveils 5G compact cell for indoor use


5G to every home: Samsung unveils 5G compact cell for indoor use

The wave of arson of base stations that swept the world is explained by a combination of irrational fears of a new generation of communication, “COVID” and civilization through vaccination against the new coronavirus. As we explained in the corresponding article, citizens burned the wrong thing and not there. 5G cells will represent a new paradigm for building communications networks. They will be housed in such numbers and look so mundane that the mass of citizens will not know where to look for them.


A recent example of a 5G mmWave cellular station for indoor use is Samsung’s development based on the Qualcomm 5G RAN platform. The Samsung Link Cell 5G microcell looks like a Wi-Fi router and will be located on walls and ceilings in offices, concert halls, stadiums, supermarkets, factories, and various institutions. The need to heavily hang 5G base stations (including microcells) is dictated by the fact that otherwise, it will not be possible to withstand the bandwidth declared in the standard and, more importantly, reduce delays.

In the United States, Verizon will be the first to commercialize Link Cells 5G, according to a Samsung press release. Link Cells 5G, by the way, will not be the only “room” 5G product of the South Korean manufacturer. In the first quarter of the new year, Samsung will begin shipping hubs for indoor 5G coverage with both active and passive antennas.

As for the 5G Link Cell, it operates in the 28GHz band and can combine four 100MHz bandwidths, delivering high bandwidth and super fast download speeds. In addition, it integrates radio, antenna, and digital box into one passively cooled compact box, and is one of the smallest in the industry with a volume of fewer than four liters. The cell is connected to the server or hub via a Category 6 Gigabit Ethernet cable.

“Link Cell gives wireless operators the opportunity to extend 5G services — with their high bandwidth and low latency — to businesses and venues. It is also an important component for future private 5G networks in enterprises such as manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and warehouse. “

In the not-too-distant future, obviously, a step cannot be taken without burying himself in the next 5G base station.



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