Increased bandwidth, low latencies enable advanced tech and better agency coordination with public safety communications in 5G, according to interviews with Telit.
By Randall D. Larson
As cellular technology advances through its various incrementally upgraded stages, from 2G (2nd Generation) through the last big enhancement into 4G, communications over cellular devices are offering faster speeds, larger frequency spectrum (which accommodates traffic to be sent across designated frequencies at the same time) and increased ability to send larger quantities of data. With cellular technology now embarking on the latest step forward into 5G, what can we expect this next generation to offer public safety?
This article was written by Randall D. Larson and appears on efficientgov.com dated August 1, 2019.
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