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What is the 5G network? Is 5G network dangerous?||5G network radiation

What is the 5G network? Is 5G network dangerous?||5G network radiation

There were many questions in our minds before the launch of the 4G network in India. But today, everyone is using this network without facing any problem. It helped people to grow their business fast. Likewise, every good thing has a disadvantage also. Well, nothing comes perfect.

Now, everyone has the same question;

Is 5G dangerous?

What amount of radiation does it emitts?

How it work?

How 5G is better than 4G?
Will it help increase Business?

Don’t worry!!! We’ve answers for your queries. keep on reading this article to learn more.

What is 5G Network-Technology?

Even I’m excited. 5G is the 5th-Generation-Mobile-Network. It has to play a much great role than our previous Network-Technology i.e 4G Network. Where people can interconnect each other using 4G Network-here comes the 5G Network which will play a much vast role in the field of technology. Will allow users to interconnect and interactions with machines, gadgets, robots and other internet using devices. 5G will enhance the user experience-surfing internet with high speed i.e Gbps peak rate with ultra-low latency and capacity.

How 5G is better than 4G?

They are various aspects that make 5G Network better than 4G Network. 5G may use millimeter waves according to our sources. Millimeter waves mainly have a shorter range as compared to microwaves-this means 5G cells will be limited to a small area. Actually, the waves also suffocate while passing through the buildings.

Our present network i.e 4G supports up to 100,000 devices per square kilometers and 5G will support approximately up to a million devices/sq. kilometers. The technique that will be used by 5G Network i.e millimeter-wave uses small antennas as compared to our previous devices. Now let us not go into the scientific terminology, making it simple for you.

Yes, as explained above…..5G will enhance the user experience, will give ultra-fast connecting to the server speed and the ultra-low latency will ultimately give users good feedback.

What type of Services will the users Experience?

It is defined by ITU-R in three cases.

1. Massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC)

2.  Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)

3.  Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC)

According to 5G HLF report, 5G is expected to be launched in India by 2020. It is predicted that the 5G technology will create a cumulative economic impact of $1 Tn in the Indian market by 2035

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