The Apple Company has got approval from FCC for testing the 5G wireless broadband
The Apple Company has got the approval from the FCC for the testing of the 5G wireless broadband. The company got the permission which is in the form of an experimental license for the testing of the millimetre wave technology from its two locations. The company stated that it will be utilizing the 28GHz and also the 39 GHz for the testing purposes. The testing of the next generation 5G by Apple has already been reported earlier this year but now it has been officially confirmed. The ultimate goal of the company behind this testing is to improve the performance of its iPhones along with the other connected devices.
The company will be utilizing the 28GHz and also 39 GHz bands
The company will be transmitting from its two locations and the firm has anticipated that it will be conducting these two experiments quite safely and wouldn’t be taking the period of more than 12 months. The company will be utilizing the 28GHz and also the 39 GHz bands and they were also opened up by the FCC the previous year with the intent of the testing of the next generation 5G broad band. This move by Apple could perhaps be its effort to prepare its future iPhones to take the benefit of the 5G technology or may be the company has some other purpose in its mind.
The 28 GHz is meant for the purpose of geo to space transmission
The 28 GHz band has been specifically earmarked for the geo to space transmissions. This is an area which Apple is trying to explore .Well the company had applied for this experimental license in the early part of the year itself and this fact that the company is now exploring the milimeter wave band for the next generation 5G testing is quite interesting.
Apple is seen recruiting people who have expertise in the field of satellite transmission technology
The two wavelengths 28 and the 39 GHz were actually opened up by the FCC in the year 2016.The 28 GHz is meant specifically for the purpose of the geo to space transmission and the company is also recruiting people who have expertise in the field of the satellite transmission technology.
Even Google and Face book are also testing the performance of two wave bands and their applications
Well looking at other companies, AT & T, Verizon, Sprint and also the Tmobile are the major US cellular giants who are making an attempt to test the 5G networks .Another interesting thing is even the Google and the Face book are also testing the performance of the two wave bands and their applications. It is quite important for you to know that the entire world is still to see the next generation 5G enabled mobile devices and you are not likely to see the 5G enabled iPhones until the year 2019 or may be 2020.