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NFL stadiums are key testing ground for 5G mobile rollout in US

Fans interact with the AT&T Immersive Columns of the Dallas Cowboys during their NFL week five 34-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. (James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys)

Expansive size and density of some of US' largest sports facilities provide a fertile environment to experiment with next-generation mobile technology. Story by Rick Snider.

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