What is 5G
- 5G is digital cellular networks stands for fifth generation wireless technology that started wide use in 2019.
- Practically every major service provider in the developed world uses or plans to install antennas in the near future. The 5G bandwidth is classified into millimeter, mid-band and low-band waves.
- The band uses a frequency range similar to the previous 4G frequency range.
What are the advantages of 5G
- The main advantages for 5 G are higher transmission speeds, lower latency and thus higher remote execution capacity, more connected devices and the option of virtual network cutting to create an enhanced connectivity to specific requirements.
- 5G can provide worldwide uniform, reliable and continuous connectivity.
- With 5G, the latency is ten times shorter than in 4 G, which allows remote activities to be carried out in real time. Latency means the period of time required to process this request from the sender to the recipient and for the recipient.
- It is possible to achieve data rates of approximately 10 Gbps or more. This will increase the user’s experience and downloading and uploading rates.
What is the Difference between 4G and 5G?
4 G is 100 megabits a second theoretical (Mbps), and 5 G is 10 gigabits per second (Gbps). It means that 5 G is 100 times faster than the current 4 G network.