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First real 5G specification has been in development for a while, but has finally been officially completed.  According to a report from Fierce Wireless, 3GPP — the organization that governs cellular standards — has officially signed off on the first specification for 5G (specifically, the 5G NR standard) at a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal.

The standard format on how 5G networks will look and feel like has also been agreed on seems cool as it would give companies a hard work on what they need to be building.

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The finished 5G specification covers a wide range of spectrum, ranging from the 600 and 700 MHz bands to the millimeter wave portion of the spectrum at 50 GHz.

I personally believe setting a target for companies on what 5G networks should look like is just perfect. Companies like T-Mobile and Verizon already promised to roll out 5G by 2018 and 2019. Seems like 5G is really making some serious progress.

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