5 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Randall Blanchard 1 years, 6 months ago
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    • #54528

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      Do ultra-high frequencies, like 5G, penetrate structures, BETTER, than prior, lower-frequency technologies ?

    • #54594

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello leftblank15, I found a great graph illustrating how well 5G can penetrate objects, tap or click here to see.

    • #54936

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      the articles don’t seem to address the question, of penetration of the more-modern 5G higher-frequency signals, versus the prior less-high-frequency signals — they just seem to address the general penetration of building-materials, in BOTH !

    • #55330

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      ???

    • #55336

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello leftblank15,

      One of the most fundamental laws of physics, as it relates to wireless, is that lower frequencies travel farther and penetrate buildings deeper (or propagate better) than higher frequencies.

      https://www.cio.com/article/230704/5g-a-few-frequency-facts.html

      Higher the frequency, the less distance it will travel, very similar to how AM and FM radio work.

    • #55341

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      Thank you !

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