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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:43:05 AM
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Re: NSF on 5G
@DHagar. I agree. They definitely did their research and picked the right time to start researching. NSF understands the importance of developing strategic partnerships. With help from 28 companies, and the  four major US wireless companies the research should be lengthy and of high qualityl

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:40:20 AM
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Funding
Hopefully government funding that NSF receives is not cut during this administration. This research is greatly needed and will truly help propel the 5G initiative.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:38:16 AM
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Global 5G
Since NSF is a globally known agency it will also help to bring awareness to the U.S. and hopefully increase the U.S.'s ranking as a technology leader. Although I am still surprised that the U.S. lags behind in some technology areas.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:35:52 AM
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NSF on 5G
This is greatly needed and comes at the right time. This will also provide more exposure and awareness regarding 5G. Hopefully it will provide more support from government, companies and consumers.

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Shaunn
Shaunn
4/18/2018 10:09:18 PM
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5G taking hold
>In Salt Lake City, the site will focus its research on dynamic spectrum sharing and advanced wireless antenna technologies.<

I really like this bit. Hopefully it will lead to a larger 5G signal range and faster, higher bandwidth networks. I've got my fingers crossed for those improved antennas.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/17/2018 8:19:14 PM
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Re: NSF on 5G
Let's hope such exciting deveelopments survives in the age of Trump.    That's the profound challenges right now as there seems to be minimal regard for science.   

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DHagar
DHagar
4/17/2018 7:10:13 PM
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Re: NSF on 5G
@Michelle, good points.  Plus I think the innovation in public/private investments breaks further new ground and may unleash more advancement and investments?

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Michelle
Michelle
4/15/2018 7:10:17 PM
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Re: NSF on 5G
I have to agree this is an exciting development. It's certainly the stuff of sci-fi movies but with real value. Novelty technology usage is so common that something like this really stands above.

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Ariella
Ariella
4/15/2018 6:13:56 PM
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Re: NSF on 5G
This is not just exciting news about the adaption of cool tech but potentially life-saving! 

<Some of the specific goals it hopes to achieve include enabling first-responders and surgeons to share real-time data during emergencies, training entry-level workers via immersive, virtual reality systems, and providing seamless communication between vehicles and roadway infrastructure to reduce traffic congestion.>

That could make all the difference between some people making it in time to save a life and arriving just a minute later.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/11/2018 5:45:12 PM
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Re: NSF on 5G
@afwriter, it appears to me that they have done their homework well and have identified key public infrastructure platforms that will drive the use of 5G and enable the breakthrough use cases that will make it feasible.  I really like their design of the platforms, the training, etc., that is a smart roadmap for developing the 5G markets.

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