What Is 5G and How Will It Make My Life Better?
5G is the coming fifth-generation wireless broadband technology based on
the IEEE 802.11ac standard. 5G operates with a 5Ghz signal and is set
to offer speeds of up to 1 Gb/s for tens of connections or tens of Mb/s
for tens of thousands of connections. The International
Telecommunication Union (ITU) has defined 5G network speeds as being 20
Gigabits per second (Gbps).
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As high speed internet and data connectivity becomes one of the most important entity, deemed as necessary for the survival of toady’s digitally advanced workplaces as food for the survival of living beings, research activities focused on the development of next-level wireless broadband technology are becoming more intense and wide-ranging. With 3G having become the de-facto wireless broadband technology and 4G rapidly expanding its horizons across numerous applications and regional markets, the focus has naturally shifted on the development of the 5G technology - the next face of development across the highly dynamic broadband industry.
The vast consumer demand for high speed data connectivity, across developed as well as developing countries across the globe, the increased proliferation of mobile and connected devices across a number of industries, and rapid technological advancements in the field of sensors and semiconductors are all conducive for the 5G technology market. Looking at the immense growth prospects that the market is expected to witness in the coming years, a large number of companies are entering into the field.
To gain an edge in this technology, which is expected to be faster and less power consuming than most of the present wireless broadband technologies in commercial usage, many governments and educational institutions have started to lay the ground for 5G. Such widespread research activities are expected to have a huge positive influence on the overall development of the technology in the near future.