By Resonant, Inc.
As the number of wireless devices expands to include not only mobile phones, but also mission critical devices and the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G networks are also receiving increased visibility. Even though 5G is not yet completely defined, it will provide higher data-rates, more capacity, and many more connected “things” will be parts of the wireless future. 5G devices will exist in an environment that includes more complexities, more components, more performance demands, smaller sizes, lower costs, and dual connectivity between cellular and WiFi networks. Download this white paper for more information on the transition from 4G to 5G networks, and new solutions becoming available for solving the 5G challenges that design engineers will face.