This requires each facility to have 5G hotspots connected to the main network and convert the received network signals into local Ethernet connections or local Wi-Fi connections.
To solve this problem, Qualcomm has released the latest 5G home broadband reference design. Qualcomm's 5G baseband is used at one end, while Aquantia's AQtion high-speed Ethernet connection solution is used at the other end.
The 5G band is mainly divided into two technical directions: Sub-6GHz and mmWave (millimeter wave). Qualcomm's 5G Home Broadband (also known as Qualcomm)
Qualcomm's reference design can serve Su6 GHz and mmWave at the same time. Qualcomm's design pairs X55 modem with AQC107 (10 GbE) or AQC111C (up to 5 GbE) cable solutions. It also provides QCA6390 Wi-Fi 6 chipset. Customers can freely design power, firmware and software systems.