Sunday, 31 January 2016

Google testing out 5G internet drones under Project SkyBender


The Guardian - United Kingdom daily news outlet, if you do not know - apparently Google's very hush-hush about Project SkyBender beans has dropped. Basically, it's Google users super fast Internet trying to figure out how to think that the company is testing out the situation for the US.
Guardian online search and information giant Spaceport America in New Mexico Solar-powered drone has been testing out says. Proof of this, the Guardian says, he has received from several official documents. Project SkyBender, as it's called, Google said last summer spaceport built several prototype and transceivers, and is testing them with the US has had. US housing will take place in a secret project, and Google too late Richard Foster for Virgin Galactic space flight hangars Hangar space of 15,000 square feet is using.
Project SkyBender 5G most likely to bring wireless Internet access to use the millimeter wave radio transmission aerial is used. High frequency millimeter waves to theoretically 40 times faster than the speed of today's 4G LTE system, with gigabits per second data can move. With that in mind, Google superfast wireless Internet access around the world to provide high-altitude "self-flying aircraft" to see what is going.
Current cell phone spectrum is overcrowded, because "the huge advantage of millimeter wave have access to new spectrum. It is packed and there is nowhere else to go," Jack Rudell, the technology at the University of Washington in Seattle, electrical engineering professor and an expert says. 4G phone signal could reach a distance of around a tenth - millimeter wave transmission main problem with Google in the mobile phone signal is a very small range. Experiments to figure out how to provide effective signals are apparent.

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