Selecting mobile communication technologies used to be simpler: Use wireless LANs to connect laptops, phones, and other devices in offices and campuses and use cellular to connect devices over long distances. But as wireless LAN and cellular technology evolved to meet the requirements of a digital-first world, U.S. federal IT leaders gained a slew of new choices: Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, and 5G.
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