Check out this video to learn more about 5G of the Bill Nye The Science Guy

5G, 5G, right? Uh, no, not really. There are two different types of 5G, the signals of which can be classified in three different spectrum bands, and to educate the public about all of them, T-Mobile, Bill Nye The Science Guy. First, Nye is at the bottom of the base to find that 5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology. Ok, so that’s easy enough. And Nye also explains why 5G is so important to note that, the 3G brought us mobile email, and the 4G data speeds, led to the establishment of the travel business (in fact, there are two companies, each with a value of more than $1 billion in the Lyft and Uber). With the 5G, is 10 times faster than the 4G, Nye says, is that 5G could lead to widespread use of unmanned aerial vehicles. You can be sure of is that the new industries and technologies will have to be made, as soon as the 5G networks to be built.

Learn the difference between the sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G signals by Bill Nye

Next, Nye uses the guitar strings to the difference between the ultra-high-mmWave ether, and the sub-6GHz. Be the first to offer faster data speeds and more traffic. However, they do not penetrate structures as well. The Sub-6GHz 5G-signal mid-band spectrum that T-Mobile will be getting a Sprint, once the merger is closed. This stuff is more rare, a 1956 Mickey Mantle baseball card, and the ic will be sold in an auction for the end of the year. There is also a sub-6GHz spectrum) and T-Mobile’s bread-and-butter 600MHz low-band operation. This is a lot of travelling, and to penetrate structures easily. However, they do not provide the fastest 5G data speeds and do not have the capacity of mmWave do it.

As you can see, why it is important to have a T-Mobile to acquire Sprint, and will provide a solid base to build up from the low-and mid-band spectrum, together with the high-band, the mmWave signals. Bill Nye The Science Guy explains in the video, T-Mobile is the only U.S. carrier offering nationwide 5G at the moment with such signals, which has more than 200 million Americans, over 5,000 cities and towns. Ok, the data speeds may not be fast enough to excite, but T-Mobile has the mmWave capability in the seven metropolitan markets and is on the right track to getting a Sprint of the mid-band waves.

While we’re on the topic, yesterday for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20, the family in the united states. the first smart phones that work on both mmWave and sub-6GHz 5G signals. This means that, of the 5G-enabled models that support the low band, 5 g of the high-band 5 G, and are “future-proof” is made to work with the previously mentioned mid-band spectrum that T-Mobile will be receiving the final Sprint.

It’s taking a shot at Verizon’s decision to stick to the mmWave for 5G wireless network of T-Mobile’s legendary CEO, John Legere, said: “As the largest airline in the country and what to expect on their 4G’s glory days are in order to their almost non-existent 5G, T-Mobile has launched the country’s largest 5G network. However, this is only the basic layer is from 5 G to cover — and we’re not stopping there. With T-Mobile, we combine a core layer of 5 G with Sprint-A 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum, and to make 5G, and the creation of a broad and deep network, for everyone … and these are the first phones that can make use of ALL that power, so we are pumped to release them on the Un-carrier!” The board has already announced that he’s going to have to leave T-Mobile in mid-May. Today, T-Mobile, was President and Chief Operating Officer, Mike Sievert will be replaced by Legere as CEO.

Now that you have watched the Bill Nye explain this to 5G, you will have earned the rank of 5 g of the master. You can fascinate your friends and family by explaining the differences between low -, middle -, and high-band operation. And if they still don’t understand how the whole thing works, for the conveyance of this article, so that they are able to teach you about 5G.