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Phone's Internet 1,000 Times Faster Than 4G

Yes, I am not joking.

Artemis, a start up came with the concept called pCell using small reception unit instead of big towers. They found a way to use tower interference between two towers in the favour of strengthening the signal. This interference was the biggest challenge in the current model which is forcing mobile providers to position towers minimal distant apart leading to signal strength issues.

Moreover, the small pCells also address the issue of bandwidth choking at crowded places.

5 things to know about pCell

This is a much needed technology for Internet of Everything and Pervasive computing to flourish

Wireless internet seems bright :)


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