5G is becoming real, and in many cases, people’s first 5G experience is going to come via Wi-Fi, said Adam Smith, director of product management at test company LitePoint.

“Actually, Wi-Fi is going to be a huge piece of how we interact with [5G], particularly with the fixed wireless 5G networks,” Smith said during a recent RCR Wireless News interview at Mobile World Congress. “Because effectively 5G signals, whether it’s [sub-6 GHz] FR-1 or millimeter wave FR-2, at the end of the day, fixed wireless is going to translate that into a Wi-Fi signal.”…

Source: RCR Wireless

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