The 5G, a new advance in telephony that is currently the talk of the town. The 5G, successor of the 4G comes with many promises in terms of performance.
What is 5G?
5G is simply the fifth generation of mobile network. It succeeds 4G with many additional performances.
The fact is that 5G uses a greater number of frequencies and different frequencies compared to its predecessor. It is this difference that allows it to offer better performance compared to 4G.
Thus, one of the first tests is conducted by Huawei and NTT DoCoMo in the Kanto region of Japan. This test established a speed of 11.29 Gbit/s with a latency of 0.5 ms.
Benefits of 5G
5G offers a connection speed one hundred (100) times faster than 4G with a latency time (data transmission delay) 10 times less important.
This performance gain brought by 5G favors the development of new technologies in the many connected objects we use every day.
In the field of medicine, 5G can facilitate certain areas such as home medical monitoring, and even the monitoring of patients by one or more remote doctors.
The other advantage of 5G is its low power consumption. This allows users of this mobile generation to save on their electricity bill. Also, it ensures a better durability of all equipment that run on a 5G network.
Limits of 5G
According to some experts and specialists, the implementation of 5G would require more relay antennas. The logical consequence would be a drastic increase in waves emitted in cities. This would constitute a greater risk of cancer and other diseases.
Faced with all these assumptions and statements of some specialists, it is advisable not to panic and trust the regulatory agencies.