We are constantly innovating in 5G technology. The key to this digital age is speed. In the digital age we are seeing almost new changes. We have arrived in 2020 and it is the 5G Technology Area!


5G Technology has been under discussion for the last 2 years and now it has started using 5G in countries like China, America, Japan and even South Korea. When we talk about 5G, we think of automatic car, augmented reality (AR).

What is 5G? (WHAT IS 5G TECHNOLGY

G in 5G means ‘Generation’. The fifth generation of 5G mobile network. Starting from 1G, 2G, this digital network started to go from 3G to 4G. Now we are in the age of 4G. Its next modernization will be 5G. Although 5G network has been started in many countries. India is also going to join this race. Internet or digital services are allied with the telecom industry. The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has set up a ‘5G India Forum’ to outline 5 networks.

At 5G service speeds, any HD movie can be downloaded in just 3 seconds. At the same time many devices can be connected together through this technology. 5G can be used to control driverless vehicles or electronic products from outside the house. Experts say doctors will be able to deliver medical services remotely with 5G services.

What is 5G network? (WHAT IS 5G NETWORK)

The speed of 5G network is 100 times faster than the speed of 4G network. The fifth generation wireless technology is capable of providing ultra low latency (signal speed between your phone and tower) and multi-Gbps data speeds. Experts say the speed of 5G internet will be tremendous. Multiple devices can be connected simultaneously through this wireless network. Large files and videos can be transferred very quickly and easily.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • At 5G service speeds, any HD movie can be downloaded in just 3 seconds
  • Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) forms ‘5G India Forum’ to outline 5G network
  • The fifth generation of 5G mobile network

5G technology is made up of five technologies: (HOW DOSE 5G WORKS)

1. Millimeter Wave
2. Speed ​​Cell
3. Maximum Mimo
4. Beamforming
5. Full Duplex

Millimeter Wave 5G

The Millimeter Wave 5G captures a lot of data, making it possible to transfer data at a speed of 1GB per second. The technology is currently being used in the United States by telecom operators such as Verizon and AT&T. Uses mobile wave media when making mobile calls or using the Internet. When many people use the internet at the same time, the signal drops. So experts are trying to increase the length of this wave. In 5G, experts are experimentally using wavelengths of millimeter waves or frequencies of 30-300 GHz.

Speed ​​cell

The second base of 5G technology is speed cell. Speed ​​cell work starts from where the millimeter-wave problem starts. Millimeter waves of high wave cannot cross any obstacle. Since mm waves cannot work in barriers, a large number of mini cell towers are set up across the region to relay signals from the main cell tower. The distance between these towers is so short that if there is a signal problem in one tower, the signal will move through the other towers.

Maximum mimo

The next basis of 5G technology is maximum MIMO, i.e. multiple input and multiple output technology. Large cell towers are used to manage traffic using this technology. A regular cell tower with 4G network provider comes with 12 antennas that handle cellular traffic in that area.

The MIMO 100 can support the antenna together which increases the capacity of the tower when there is more traffic. With the help of this technology it helps to provide 5G signal easily.

Beamforming

Beamforming is a technology that can regularly monitor multiple sources and switch to another powerful and higher speed tower when there is a signal block. This ensures that certain data simply go in a certain direction. Due to which high speed internet service will reach a certain number of customers.

Flower duplex

Full duplex is a technology that helps to send and receive data simultaneously in the same frequency band. This technology is used in landline telephones and short-wave radios. It is like a two-way street, which carries the same traffic in both directions.

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