5G antennas: what's the bottom line?

The news and controversy surrounding 5g is out of control. The arrival of this new technology (which has generated so much reaction) requires new, advanced antennas to be put in place. 5G antennas are the antennas that can power the 5G connection around the world. The essentials to know about these antennas in the rest of the article, so you are invited to read it.

Beamforming, the source of 5G antenna intelligence

The performance of 5G antennas is impressive as is the 5G connection. Thanks to beam forming, they possess advanced intelligence. Indeed, today's relay antennas feed in the form of streetlights. These are rooftops in urban areas and masts in rural areas.
With this beam forming technology, which bundles beams, 5G antennas will process the signal differently. To this end, it favours the convergence of the waves that an antenna emits towards the smartphone. It should be noted that there are 5G micro antennas whose role is to feed as a direction indicator.

5G antennas, who deploy them?

One of the best questions to ask about this technology is who may well deploy this technology. In France, there are operators who have already started to market 5G offer. There are four such operators in this marketing. There are Bouygues Telecom, orange, SFR and free.
To succeed in their deployment, these four operators are calling on suitable equipment manufacturers for the job. Other players are also in this market and competing for it, including Ericsson and the European Nokia. Of the four operators mentioned above, Orange is deploying its 5G network via Nokia and Ericsson. SFR and free have preferred Finnish Nokia. As for Bouygues Telecom, it is Ericsson that deploys its network. Regarding the users of this connection, it is a nice thing in the network’s world.