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If you have a 4G connection on your smartphone, you know that it’s fast. However, what if we told you that the 5G network is going to be several times faster than that?
It’s time to get ready for 5G networks, and we will tell you why.
5G network is the fifth generation of wireless network technology that transforms the digital world by providing high-speed internet & less power hungry than 4G. In wireless technology, we mainly consider the speed that 5G offers, up to 20 Gbps, which is much more than the 4G. With the help of a 5G network, we will be able to download an ultra HD movie in 10 seconds.
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The road to 5G network leads to immense growth for investment in network domain all across the globe. Across the world, network operators are developing two types of 5G services:
1. 5G would help in fixing wireless broadband services, not only at home, but also in the business space. 5G would deliver wireless network in the home. In this, the operator will install fiber optics at the place where 5G needs to be delivered and the customer can enjoy broadband services. Wireless modems are also installed. Thus, you no longer have to worry about the messiness caused between wires and cables.
2. 5G network cellular services would be provided to those mobile companies who would fulfill the standards. These 5G services would fulfill the growing demands of the smarter & faster system. In addition to this, the smartphone you are using should support the 5G network.
As we know, many countries are in the race of launching 5G networks across the globe, but only five top countries have done it so far including South Korea, China, Japan & the United States.
The new 5G wireless networks will be able to transfer vast amounts of data through short distances with the help of fiber optics cable. However, 5G is hybrid technology which has been developed to work in low spectrum frequencies such as 600 MHz as well as unlicensed frequencies such as the 3.5 GHz spectrum. The new 5G networks will be designed to incorporate the different 4G and 5G standards, making it easier for telecommunication companies to adopt it.
The transmission from 2G network to 3G network and 3G network to the 4G network involved utterly separate systems, but 4G will remain in consideration with the 5G network because the 4G infrastructure has been already critical to the evolution and adopt the functionality of the 5G network.
Last, but not least, we will be enjoying the 5G network, and the wireless features it offers, for some time to come.