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5G in 2020: All you need to know from the exam point of View

After 4G technology now 5G is the next level. 5th Generation mobile technology will provide you a lot of new things in 2020.

In the simplest terms, 5G is a new cellular standard. Now Phone carriers will jump to a new wireless standard called 5G. About 10 years ago, 4G, the fourth-generation network, arrived with significantly faster speeds and stronger reliability than 3G. About a decade before that, 3G arrived and that was much faster and more robust than 2G.

5G the 5th Generation Mobile Network
5G the 5th Generation Mobile Network

What is 5G (5th Generation)?

  • It is the latest technology in the mobile network after 4G.
  • This will support very high internet speed can also help an AI.
  • It will not only help in connecting peoples but also interconnect and control machines, objects, and devices. 
  • Using 5G, machines can sync very fast and respond to another machine or machine programming.
  • This will not only boost the mobile sector but other sectors also like cars with AI (driverless), Robots, etc.
  • According to TRAI, this will run on 3,300 to 3,600 Mhz frequency band and expected to the primary band.
 Speed (5th Generation)?
Speed (5th Generation)?

How 5G can be used?

  • To enjoy the benefits of the 5th generation mobile network, one has to buy a new smartphone that supports 5G.
  • According to Qualcomm(a wireless chipmaker), the speed of 5G will be around 4.5 Gbps.
  • At the initial stage, its speed will be 1.4 Gbps.
  • To get the benefits of 5G, users will have to buy new phones, while carriers will need to install new transmission equipment to offer faster service.
5th technology feature
5th technology feature

Features of 5G

  • Speed: Its speed can reach up to 4.5 Gbps. That means you can download a movie within seconds.
  • Latency: Will reduce down to a few seconds, the meaning of latency is sync time between two commands of the device to the network.
  • The highest-quality VR applications now typically require bulky headsets that are connected by wire to nearby personal computers that generate 3-D images.

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