InShortViral: There is debate about 5G, its advantages, its absurd speed (which can tap the range of gigabytes per second) and the convenience for the consumer.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here is debate about 5G, its advantages, its absurd speed (which can tap the range of gigabytes per second) and the convenience for the consumer. However, this technology is still far from being realized in something tangible, even if we think of testing scales.
Although the Verizon and AT&T already prepare for this race to bring mobile connection line top to the land of Uncle Sam, it is expected it to be marketed only in 2017 (although the Ericsson say that other western countries will have the 5G in year comes). In general, it is expected that 5G is widespread in the middle of 2019. Thus, the question remains: and what will happen to us there?
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According to CNET, the promises of an absurdly fast connection are nothing but hot air. In other words, it will not download a movie in seconds within subway for at least a few good years. The idea is nothing more than early advertising and marketing to already ensure a portion of consumers. However, there is room for improvement.
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Only in the next decade we will see a significant breakthrough in mobile networks, ie the leap 4G to 5G, which we have in that space of five years? Although some seem at first glance, many American operators plan to invest and improve current technology.
The American operators plan to invest in two different segments: increasing the amount of transmission bands and LTE-U. The first item (and also easier to explain) is simple: with more “space” to replicate the signal, more panoramic is network and faster things go.
In other words, it is like adding more road and increase the speed limit all of them. According to some research, it can increase 20% to 40% of the current connection speed. Since the LTE-U is a certain “jury-rigging”: essentially, it would be to use dedicated network for routers to transmit 4G signal, which further amplify the range and signal quality. So 2016 can be a good year for the mobile Internet users.
The new era of mobile technology will depend on a new architecture and infrastructure to accommodate the estimated speed, while the 4.5G is a direct evolution of what we have today. Last year, the operators competed in the auction of frequency 700 MHz and this year will compete to acquire several other bands. If it will affect positively or will be improved much we have, only time will tell.