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5by5 wireless technology basics | What is 5by5 wireless IoT?

This page covers 5by5 wireless technology basics. It mentions features of 5by5 wireless low power Wide Area Network(WAN) used in IoT(Internet of Things).

The 5by5 wireless technology is developed by engineers working with InventionShare. With this technology, devices cab upload at speed of about 32Mbps (using 24 MHz BW) and download at speed of about 218Mbps (using 48 MHz BW). 5by5 wireless devices simultaneously transmit as well receive and operates in UHF frequency band.

The 5by5 technology is mainly targeted for remote rural areas. 5by5 wireless hotspots utilize 360 degree antenna to cover area around it. It utilizes frequency spectrum from 300 to 1000 MHz for its operation.

The 5by5 wireless devices are compliant to DOCSIS 3.0 and LTE standards.

Specifications 5by5 wireless technology
Distance Coverage 25 miles (using Base Station) i.e. 32Km
Frequency of Operation UHF (470 to 860 MHz)
Applications Phone, video, broadband internet
Topology Full duplex
Speed 218 Mbps (Downlink) and 32Mbps (Uplink)
Standard compliance DOCSIS 3.0, LTE

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