Combine the bandwidth of several mobile connections to form an ultra-fast data link. Sustain bandwidth-hungry and latency sensitive tasks without the need for fixed lines, such as rolling workplace with full access to multi-cloud and security services, HD video streaming and mobile clinic.
In order to comply with all required bands (B1, B3, B8, B20, B28, B40 and B41), Peplink has 7 models supporting these bands as for now:
MAX Transit, HD1 Dome, Balance 20X with Expansion Module Asia Pacific/CAT-6, Balance 310X, HD2 MBX, HD4 MBX and SDX/EPX Cat-18 FlexModule.
Saudi Arabia Regulator – Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) – have revised the requirements for Technical Specification RI056 for UMTS (3G) and LTE (4G) Handsets and Related Equipment.
The CITC have issued an email notification re-confirming that all such devices must support all the following LTE bands:
- Band 1
- Band 3
- Band 8
- Band 20
- Band 28
- Band 40
- Band 41 (2540-2640MHz)
CITC have revised their stance on AVL and IoT devices (which fall under the scope of RI056). Rather than supporting the full list of bands mentioned above, these devices must now support all the following LTE bands: Band 3 - Band 8 - Band 20 - Band 28
5G is the 5th generation network. It is a new global wireless standard after 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. 5G networks is a new kind of computer networking solution with high performance and efficiency improvements.
Although there are methods to reduce the impact of slower latencies, these methods are only temporary solutions. This is where 5G could potentially change the way we use the Internet connection and interact with each other. While larger bandwidths and bigger computer networking capacities are nice, the biggest game-changer that 5G is bringing to the table is sub 1ms latency. This is achieved by using edge computing and by shortening the radio transmission’s transport block. Edge computing operates on the idea of bringing data to the edges of the Cloud so that the digital distance between the user and the data is shorter.
Meanwhile, shortening a radio transmission’s transport block will allow for faster data transfers. Currently, 4G LTE’s transport blocks have a minimum length of 1ms to be fully received. This means that the receiver must wait 1ms for the transport block to be completely received. However, 5G’s transport blocks can reach a minimum length of just 0.03125ms, greatly reducing the time it takes to receive data.
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