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    Introducing Dongwoo Antenna On Display technology to place a mmWave antenna under the display layer
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    Currently, fifth-generation communication technology has become one of the most attractive areas in the smartphone space, and many companies in this field are looking to offer 5G with low price and high performance. In this regard, and according to published reports, a Korean company has recently developed a new technology called abbreviated AoD Antenna on Display, which is expected to significantly improve the performance of fifth-generation receivers based on millimeter waves.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dongwoo Antenna On Display technology to place a mmWave antenna under the display layer

    Today The fingerprint sensors and cameras of smartphones are located under the display layer, and smartphone companies are looking to test other technologies under the layer. Now Korean company Dongwoo Fine-Chem, one of the largest manufacturers of touch sensors in OLED displays, has introduced a new fifth-generation mmWave antenna that can be placed under the display layer. As this millimeter wave antenna is made transparent, it will not interfere with the display of content on the phone. Fifth generation technology based on millimeter waves is currently the fastest type of cellular communication available to users. However, due to its shorter range and efficiency over short distances, it requires more antennas.

    Signal antennas are typically installed behind smart devices or near their edges to enhance signal reception. But the problem is that these parts are usually covered by the user's hand, and as a result, part of the signal received by the device is reduced. Therefore, the Korean innovative company seeks to solve this problem by placing a 5G antenna under the display layer, because there is a very low probability that this part will be covered by the user.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dongwoo Antenna On Display technology to place a mmWave antenna under the display layer

    Antenna on Display technology is still in the early stages of construction and Development is underway and none of the smartphones have been equipped with this technology to date. But according to the news, Dongwoo Fine-Chem intends to show its final product at the Mobile World Congress 2021 in Barcelona soon. Thus, if accepted by industry activists, we will probably see the use of 5G antenna technology under the display layer in fifth generation phones after this time. Interestingly, Dongwoo is experimenting with ways to apply the antenna technology to cars, building windows and street lighting. This would, at least in theory, help expand the 5G infrastructure without the need for much visible equipment. According to Rha In-ho, CEO of Dongwoo Fine-Chem, "Technologies such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) require 5G mmWave technology, which is high speed and It offers low latency, but the current version of the full-fledged fifth-generation experience is often short-lived due to 5W mmWave limitations. "We are delighted to be unveiling our AoD technology and looking to work with chip and smartphone manufacturers to achieve 5G innovation together."

    Fifth generation technology, like previous structures, uses different frequency bands for Uses communication. Antenna on Display technology is capable of covering the frequency bands n258, n257 and n260 mm. In fact, despite the higher speed of 5G technology than 4G LTE, there is always a range that defines 5W mmWave at the top end of the spectrum.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dongwoo Antenna On Display technology to place a mmWave antenna under the display layer

    mm in mmWave 5G means that the signal wavelength in this way is on the millimeter scale and very short. To achieve this wavelength, you need signals that have a frequency of at least 30 and at most 300 GHz and a wavelength of 1 to 10 mm. In other words, 5G technology typically has signals that average between 2.4 GHz and 4 GHz. T-Mobile mmWave 5G, for example, is said to offer speeds of between 300 Mbps and 1 Gbps.

    Each operator has assigned a specific name to mmWave 5G; As Verizon called it 5G Ultra wideband, AT&T called it + 5G and T-Mobile called it 5G UltraCapacity. It remains to be seen whether Antenna on Display technology will come to fruition and provide users with access to these operators' signals, or will remain merely an interesting idea.





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