G mobile communications offers more capacity, more speed and ultra-low latency, as well as allowing massive support of connected objects. This will be key to the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) and an alternative to high-speed broadband access in areas without fixed network. Telecommunication operators are carrying out pilot tests with 5G network before implementing its full deployment. The pilot experiments are carried out in cities related to robotization, tourism, virtual classrooms or connected vehicles. 5G technology will be essential for the development of smart cities.
MOYANO TELSA, specialist in camouflaged tri-sectorial antennas, prepares for the new technology by investing in its antenna measurement laboratory and at this moment already measures the influence of radomes on the new 5G active antennas in the 3,500 Mhz band utilizing new materials. The result and analysis of these measurements is fostered and shared with the operators who are provided with viable and innovative solutions for the new generation of 5G mobile communications.
This installation is designed by MOYANO TELSA to house active antennas in the 3.500Mhz band and is one of the pilots for the implementation of the new generation of 5G mobile communications that Orange is carrying out in the cities of Seville and Malaga with Huawei equipment. The 5G pilot experiments in which MOYANO TELSA participates will be implemented in existing sites where 3G and 4G technologies are already installed and they will have to coexist with 5G technology during a given period of time. Therefore, the structural viability of the increasingly overloaded supports and the compatibility of technologies must be verified.