Nokia develops 360 High Gain 5G mmWAVE to improve indoor coverage for FWA

Tuesday 12 October 2021 | 15:47 CET | News
Nokia has announced its 360 High Gain 5G mmWave with likely volume deployments in 2023, which could increase Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) broadband capacity by between five and ten times. It said mmWave requires line-of-sight to operate, and signals can easily be disrupted by outdoor or in-home obstacles. Nokia 360 High Gain overcomes this by amplifying available signals and finding the strongest connection.

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Companies: Nokia
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