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AIS set to test 5G service within month.

 

Advanced Info Service (AIS) expects to test 5G service later this month, Wasit Wattanasap, the company's head of nationwide operations and support department, said on Friday.

 

He said the company is waiting for the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to allow telecom operators to test 5G technology testing and added that AIS is preparing for future technologies, especially 5G, which it believes will help enhance capability of various industries.

 

Recently the NBTC said it plans to test 5G wireless broadband technology early next year. Among the spectra the NBTC will deploy to test the 5G technology are those in the range of 3.5GHz and 24GHz. They are the spectra for which there is compatible equipment.

 

The trials will focus on whether their use will interfere with the signals for other spectra as well as help to determine the potential applications of 5G services in Thailand. 

 

The NBTC has set up a working panel on 5G development. The regulator has yet to finalise which spectrum bands it will assign for the future offerings of 5G services, as this calculation is subject to many factors.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/Corporate/30358712

 
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Why not wait, and save some money, to see if it works for example in UK or USA first

 

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15 hours ago, wgdanson said:

Why not wait, and save some money, to see if it works for example in UK or USA first

 

Because life is cheap in Thailand and law suits are unlikely.

Research shows 5G Cell Phone Towers cause cancer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, simtemple said:

Because life is cheap in Thailand and law suits are unlikely.

Research shows 5G Cell Phone Towers cause cancer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So do not drink a cup of coffee, alcohol, or definitely smoke a ciggy near a 5 G tower, doubles your chance.

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Landlady had AIS 5G hooked up two weeks ago, so from what this post says it aint 5G yet? First week was great no issues, this last week though my IPTV not getting live streams at all. Can still get movies and Netflix? I was thinking they may have reduce bandwidth or something - anyone??

 

Speed seems to be up and down at moment too. First week could get IPTV on wifi now even on a wired connection can not get live stream though speed shows plus 30 -70 download and around 20 - 50 upload...

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