What is 5G, Its Speed
The 5th generation network is called as 5G has fast as 4G, The downloading and uploading speed is faster than previous vertions.Global mobile data traffic is expected to multiply by 5 before the end of 2024.
That’s where a new G comes into play. With 5G commercial networks being switched on, the first use cases are enhanced mobile broadband, which will bring better experiences for smartphone users, and fixed wireless access, providing fiber speeds without fiber to homes.It help to download a full-length HD movie in seconds and share moments with friends that’s just the beginning. The true value of 5G is the opportunity it presents for people, business and the world at large: industries, regions, towns and cities that are more connected, smarter and more sustainable.
It’s allowing industries to reinvent themselves. It affects you. And it’s starting now.
- 1G: Mobile voice calls
- 2G: Mobile voice calls and SMS
- 3G: Mobile web browsing
- 4G: Mobile video consumption and higher data speed
- 5G: Technology to serve consumers and digitalization of industries
How 5 G change the world
It has the potential for changing the world, further powering the hottest trends in tech today: IoT (Internet of Things), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and AR (Augmented Reality) among many more.There are a number of new technologies likely to be applied – but standards haven’t been hammered out yet for all 5G protocols. Higher-frequency bands 3.5GHz (gigahertz) to 26GHz and beyond – have a lot of capacity but their shorter wavelengths mean their range is lower – they’re more easily blocked by physical objects.The 5G network will especially help establish the Internet of Things as an indispensable part of our world, by laying the foundation for unleashing its full potential. Gartner speculates 20.4 billion connected devices in the world by 2020, a number that will continue to rise. Current wireless infrastructure just does not have the capacity to accommodate so many devices and ensure exchange of information without minor lags.
- 5G promises a more IoT friendly ecosystem, with vast improvements over the current capabilities of the 4G
- 5G also means latency of a mere 1 millisecond. It means, one can download an HD film in seconds.
- Compared to the 4G LTE, it will be able to embrace up to 100 times more connected devices per unit area
- The first country to adopt 5G on a large scale was South Korea, in April 2019.
- One expected benefit of the transition to 5G is the convergence of multiple networking functions to achieve cost, power and complexity reductions.
- 5G to supplement and complement WiFi in multi-user environments where rock-solid reliability, blazing fast download speeds, and extensive bandwidth ensures smooth operations and maximum efficiency.
- 5G networks have potential peak download speeds of 20 Gbps, with 10 Gbps being seen as typical. That’s not just faster than current 4G networks, which currently top out at around 1 Gbps