Understanding the Importance of 5G Frequency Upgrades and Signal Shielding
With the gradual popularity of 5G signals, it has become necessary to upgrade the backpack frequency interference analyzer to effectively shield and interfere with these signals. The original backpack frequency interference analyzer did not have the capability to block 5G signals as it lacked the necessary modules. This article will discuss the need for upgrading the analyzer and the specific frequency divisions set by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) for 5G signals.
The backpack frequency interference analyzer, previously purchased by customers, did not include the necessary modules for 5G signal interference. As 5G signals become more prevalent, it is crucial to upgrade the analyzer to shield and interfere with these signals effectively. The upgrade involves adding 2-3 modules and expanding the mobile 2.6G module’s frequency range.
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Frequency Division for 5G Signals:
According to the frequency division for 5G signals set by the MIIT, there are several additions and expansions compared to the previous 4G signal frequencies. These include:
- Shared Frequency: The addition of a shared 700M frequency for broadcasting and mobile operators.
- Telecom and Unicom Frequency: The introduction of the 3.4G-3.6G frequency range for Telecom and Unicom.
- Expansion of Mobile 4G Frequency: The expansion of the original 2555-2655M frequency range for mobile operators to 2515-2675M.
To effectively shield and interfere with 5G signals, the backpack frequency interference analyzer needs to be upgraded with 2-3 additional modules. Additionally, the mobile 2.6G module must undergo frequency expansion. These upgrades will enable the analyzer to block and interfere with 5G signals effectively.
Considerations for 4.8G-4.9G Frequency:
Some may wonder why the frequency range of 4800-4900M for mobile 5G has not been added. This is because the complete deployment of this frequency range has not yet been achieved. The decision to add interference modules for this frequency range depends on the specific usage scenarios and requirements.
As 5G signals continue to expand, it is essential to upgrade the backpack frequency interference analyzer to effectively shield and interfere with these signals. The MIIT’s frequency division for 5G signals provides guidance for the necessary upgrades, including the addition of modules and frequency expansions. By implementing these upgrades, the backpack frequency interference analyzer will be capable of effectively blocking and interfering with 5G signals, ensuring optimal performance in various usage scenarios.