By Ziheng Fu, Swagato Mukherjee, Michael T. Lanagan, Prasenjit Mitra, Tarun Chawla, and Ram M. Narayanan
With the large-scale commercial usage of 5G communications being the goal for the next decade, the reception of 5G signal is becoming an issue. This is due to the unique characteristics of the 5G signals whose frequency can be above 40 GHz in order to improve the communications capacity.
However, these high signal frequencies undergo significant attenuation and are distorted while interacting with various materials in the propagation medium. This factor makes it more challenging to characterize the received signal pattern. To learn more, download the full white paper.