Fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks may be a year or two away, but the growing demands for wireless functionality from current fourth-generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless communications systems are creating near-supernatural expectations for 5G wireless networks. To handle massive amounts of data along with their voice and video services, 5G networks will need to occupy spectrum at 28 GHz and higher and use advanced transmission formats, such as time-division-duplex (TDD)
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