Introduction to 5g technology,
Nowadays, 5G technology is becoming a reality. 5G is growing very fast in cities around the world. But first, Before we talk about what is 5G technology, we need to know what are the generations behind 5G technology. G in 5G stands for Generation. Before the introduction to 5G technology, first you have to know about 4G,3G,2G, and 1G technologies. Let’s talk about these technologies.
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. NTT of Japan created and released the world’s first mobile phone cellular network on December 1, 1979. In the First time of the history, Caller can dial the number. And there is no need of a switchboard operator to connect the call.
This was the second generation of cellular networks.2G cellular networks were commercially launched in Finland by Radiolinja in 1991. 2G introduced digital signaling within the radio network. 2G network came with circuit-switched mobile data services like text messaging. When the 2G network was launched on the GSM standard, the first wireless internet access became possible. And the packet delivery rate grew to 172Kbit/sec.
this was the third generation of cellular networks. 3G came along in 2003 and made it possible to browse web pages, make video calls and download music and video on the move. 3G refers to a set of requirements that were developed and published by the ITU ( International Telecommunication Union).#g networks have speeds up to 3.1 Mb/ps or more. However, due to some factors, such as location, network traffic, and signal strength, The speed will be changed.
This is the fourth generation of cellular networks. Nowadays most of the people are using the 4G network. 4G follows on from the existing 3G and 2G technology. 4G offers everything that offers in 3G technology, but much faster than 3G.4G (or 4G LTE ) offers a download speed of around 20 MB/ps and theoretical ones of 150MB/ps
Introduction to 5g technology
5G is the next-generation mobile broadband technology. This is a new global wireless stands after 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G networks. You can download full-length movies just in seconds. Nowadays, every telecommunication service provider in the developed world is upgrading its infrastructure to offer 5G network.
How does 5G Technology work?
Wireless communication systems use radio frequencies to transfer data through the air. Radio frequencies are also known as spectrum.5G mobile technology also works likes 4G mobile technology. But 5G mobile technology is use higher radio frequencies to communicate. It allows for carry more data at a much faster rate. These higher bands are called “mm waves” (millimeter waves). These bands are easily blocked by physical objects such as buildings, trees, etc. To avoid that problem, 5G will use multiple input and output antennae to boost signal and capacity.
5G technology will also use smaller transmitters. These transmitters placed on buildings and street furniture. According to estimates, 5G technology is able to support up to more than 1000 devices rather than 4G technology.
How fast is 5G
Now you know, 5G is the latest technology of mobile-cellular networks. And this technology is very fast. And the truth is, the speed you get will depend on some factors, including where you are, number of people connected to the network, the device you are using and what network you are connected to.
Network speed is generally measured in bits per second (bit/s), but in 5G technology, the speed is very fast, so we use kilobits (kbit/s), megabits (Mbit/s), and in the future, even gigabits or terabits. 5G tops out ar 10 gigabits per second (theoretical maximum speed). That means 5G speed is a hundred times faster than 4G speed. You can download a two-hour movie in a few seconds.
How do We Use 5G Technology
5G is changing the future. And this change won’t happen overnight.
If you wish to use 5G, then you need to have a 5g mobile phone.
Here is the list of 5G phones currently out
- Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G
- Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
- SamsungGalaxy Fold 5G
- SamsungGalaxy A90 5G
- LG V60 ThnQ
- LG V50 ThinQ
- Moto Z4 ( with 5G Moto Mod )
- Moto Z3 ( with 5G Moto Mod )
- Moto Z2 ( with 5G Moto Mod, post-Android pie update, and only version)
- OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
- OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren
- Huawei Mate X
- Huawei Mate 20 X 5G
- Oppo Reno 5G
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G
- Axon 10 Pro 5G
- Nubia X 5G