It has been difficult to avoid the hype surrounding the imminent arrival of the Fifth Generation (5G) of mobile networks. The most extensive change in mobile communications since the first handheld cellular call was made in 1973 by Motorola’s Marty Cooper, 5G promises to add billions to a country’s gross domestic product and to create millions of jobs—more than 4G has. As it is designed to pair with technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cross Reality (XR) to enhance current services and applications, 5G should offer elevated levels of user experiences.
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