Winner Takes All
Children pull crops and vegetables during an amusing sports event at the Central Kindergarten in Changxing County, east China’s Zhejiang Province, on November 13. overcome the difficulties of a complex construction environment and the lack of optical fiber to provide tailored 4G solutions for the bridge and are preparing for the upgrading to 5G service,” said Fang.
The crew extended the coverage area of the optical fiber to 20 km, double the conventional maximum onshore coverage, to ensure full network signal coverage along the bridge.
“The Hong Kong-zhuhai-macao Bridge is a unique application of wireless technology, highlighting the high-quality products and advanced technology provided by China’s communication sector,” said Fang.
The bridge is now ready to access the Internet of Things, a major business goal of 5G technology. From the very beginning of construction, the technological base needed for 5G was considered in terms of network architecture, room for 5G stations and the installment of optical fiber, Fang said.