5G will drive the future evolution of the internet
#5G technology made lots of headlines on recent trends. Are you ready for 5G? With the implementation of 5G over the next decade, both network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and directors will face new challenges in testing their hardware, software, and end-to-end deployments. 5G technology is pretty different from 4G/Long Term Evolution (LTE) and will draw together some of the most challenging features of existing approaches.
Countries that want to stay competitive in the global economy are choosing #5G technology. Because technology hits nearly all aspects of life, countries need to stay current with technological advancements to improve the lives of their citizens and continue growing in the global economy. (1)
Trials over 5G in some countries:
Hotly anticipated fifth-generation mobile telecoms technology, known as 5G is expected to be a step-change in mobile networking – promising exponentially faster download speeds and data-sharing in real time.
Several mobile operators have rolled out trials of the first iteration of 5G in different cities and globally a number of aviator zones have already been switched on. Some of the countries have activated commercial 5G for the first time in their live areas. It is predicting that 1.5 billion users, 40 percent of the global population coverage will have entrance to a #5G network by 2024, but how does the technology really work and can the reality live up to the hype? (2)
Preparation for 5G revolution:
The technological improvements that 5G will enable were once the essence of science fiction. Autonomous cars, “smart cities”, virtual reality gaming, and the IoT are just a few of the futuristic innovations with a great head start as they prepare for the bandwidth and latency advancements that 5G will soon deliver. As with any improvement in functional capability, the unlimited potential of #5G will generate more creativity and an endless stream of new applications.
Due to the high frequencies fixed to 5G, initial deployment might occur in pockets where hard obstructions can be avoided. 5G transmitters will be placed closer to the ground than previous generations, meaning more hardware at the ground level to assure data quality.
As the deployment of 5G networks develops and the requirements for standalone mode begin to take shape, the need for innovative and cost-effective #5G testing tools will continue unabated. These powerful yet handy tools will tacitly support the greatest technology revolution of the 21st century. (3)
The expected Pros and Cons of 5G technology:
The good thing is that most experts and technicians admit that the “non-ionizing radiation” put out by cellular devices won’t injure living tissue. Beyond lab test results, they point to decades of widespread radio, radar, television, satellite, and other wireless broadcasts that (seemingly) haven’t biologically hurt anyone.
The important thing to be noted is that no one is 100% certain that even fundamental wireless signals are entirely innocuous assuming they’re at close proximity to our body for extended periods of time. In fact, administrative agencies across the globe typically limit and require disclosure of wireless radiations, though the limits vary between countries, devices, and other factors. (4)