What are the key elements and technologies for 5G network capacity?
5G offers a new form of network designed to bring virtually everyone and all, including computers, objects, and devices, together. 5G wireless technology is expected to provide more consumers with higher peak data rates of multi-Gbps, ultra-low latency, more reliability, huge network capability, improved connectivity, and a more uniform user experience. Higher productivity and enhanced efficiency enable new user experiences and connect new industries like VR, automobiles, etc. together.
How is 5G different from previous generations?
5G is 10 to x100 quicker than what 4G helps you to get. 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G all contributed to 5G, which is meant to have more connectivity than ever before. 5G is a more capable, unified air interface. It has been developed with an enhanced ability to enable user experiences of the next generation, empower new implementation models and deliver new services. 5G will extend the mobile ecosystem into new worlds, with high speeds, superior reliability and zero latency. 5G would affect every sector, making it a reality for safer travel, remote healthcare, precision agriculture, digitised logistics, and more.
5G offers anytime, anywhere support thanks to its enormous broadband that provides gigabytes of bandwidth whenever needed. 5G facilitates the essential machine-type communication (MTC) that needs quick, synchronized eye-to-hand responses for virtual reality applications that will allow users to remotely control robots. MTC also links billions of sensors and machines, from smartwatches to refrigerators, to parking meters and cars.
With 5G the world will become programmable.
An Automated World
5G can create the factory of the future and help build a completely automated and flexible production set-up. In the healthcare industry, hospitals can offer remote robotic surgeries. These surgeries will proceed as if the expert were physically present with the patient. On the other hand, 5G connected healthcare chips will constantly analyze vital signs, stop healthcare conditions from becoming severe, and suggest alternative medication to address changing conditions. On highways, self-driving cars and smart infrastructures powered by 5G networks will decrease road accidents and potentially save thousands of lives every year.
For 5G networks, the use of shorter frequencies (millimetre waves between 30GHz and 300GHz) is why 5G would be quicker. Not only in speed but also in power, low latency, and efficiency, this high-band 5G spectrum provides the anticipated boost. The perfect match is formed by 5G and IoT. Usage cases that are related to it are:
- V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communication
- V2V: (Vehicle-to-Vehicle),
- V2I (Vehicle-to-Infrastructure)
- Immersive Virtual Reality Gaming
- Remote surgical operations (aka telesurgery)
- Simultaneous translation
5G is designed to enable simple configurations of the virtual network to better align network expenses with application needs. By providing cost-effective solutions for low-band, low-power applications, this new approach will allow 5G Mobile Network operators to capture a larger piece of the IoT market pie.
Paving the road to 5G Subex Capacity Management