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  • 5G technology: what changes does it promise?

    5G is called the next-generation wireless network technology, which is expected to increase the speed of your internet connection ten times over its predecessor, the 4G. That speed will be enough to see unrestrained videos in 8K resolution or download a 3D movie within 30 seconds when with the 4G you would need about six minutes. In addition, the new technology will have extra capacity, which will allow simultaneous connection of more devices to the same network. But the  5G Technology is meant for bigger things than smartphones. Sensors, thermostats, chassis, robots and other technology breakthroughs will be connected to the 5G. The older 4G network does not have the bandwidth required to handle the huge amounts of data transmitted by these devices. The new era in the world of the Internet is approaching. The 5G is at an advanced stage of development and tells us that with its incredibly high speeds it will soon and definitely change our lives for the better.  5G will be the driving force of the global economy. Cars without the driver, virtual reality,  smart cities, robots, everything will need the 5G network to operate. The new network promises to pave the way for new surgeries, safer movement, and more direct communication. 

                                 5G Technology

    The big telecommunications companies are working so that the new cell phones have a faster internet with more range. It is expected that 5G technology that the first phones with this system would go on the market in 2019. When this new system was developed, it has experimented with very high-frequency spectra. But this was ruled out because, although it ensured a great performance, the signal's reach was not as expected and interference was generated. From then on they decided to work with lower frequencies that allow the signal to propagate efficiently reaching great distances and crossing walls and other obstacles. All in the face of the first implementations we also have to be attentive to the auction and  bidding of frequencies, that now having defined the standard governments can get down to work, and thus be able to accelerate the deployment of 5G in each one of the countries.

    The main restriction is represented by the latency and jitter present in the mobile data lines. These factors often negatively affect the quality of the call by introducing noise in the audio band. The phenomenon is much more evident in suburban areas and in areas with little coverage. Mobile technologies (2G, 3G, and 4G) have focused mainly on increasing coverage, increasing the bandwidth of available data and reducing latency. The objective has always been to improve communication from person to person. When this new system was developed, it has experimented with very high-frequency spectra. But this was ruled out because, although it ensured a great performance, the signal's reach was not as expected and interference was generated. From then on they decided to work with lower frequencies that allow the signal to propagate efficiently reaching great distances and crossing walls and other obstacles. 5G Technology is at an  advanced stage of development bringing a new era in the internet world. What they all claim is that it’s incredibly high speeds are going to permanently and irrevocably change our lives for the better.



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