Sofant Technologies believes it has mastered a more energy-efficient method for controlling phased antenna arrays, addressing a pain-point in next-generation communications settings such as 5G.

A year into the deployment of 5G mobile broadband and the industry is under fire from critics who say the technology is not stable enough. Hypothetically capable of speeds of between 130 to 240 Mbps, 5G was supposed to pave the way for a whole host of enterprise and consumer applications, including everything from virtual…

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