What is 5g? Everything you need to know about 5gRatel Haber
Although 5g is not expected until 2020, many companies now invest in preparing for the new mobile wireless standard. We discover the 5g, how it works, and its impact on future wireless systems.
5g means fifth generation, and the official standard for 5g has not yet been created, but it specifies the next most recent mobile wireless standard based on the IEEE 802.11 AC standard for broadband technology.
According to the 5g technical documentation of the next generation mobile networks, 5g connections should be based on ' user experience, system performance, advanced services, business models and management and operations '.
And to join the 5g, according to the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association (GSMA), the following seven criteria should meet as much as possible:
- Connections between 1 and 10gbps to base stations on the field
- One millisecond end-to-end roundtrip delay
- 1000x bandwidth per unit area
- 10-100x Number of connected devices
- 99.999 percent availability (detection)
- 90 percent reduction in network energy use
- Ten years of battery life for low power, machine type devices
Previous generations, such as 3g, have provided an improvement in communication. 3g receives a signal from the nearest phone booth and is used for phone calls, messaging and data.
4g works the same way as 3g, but it works with a faster internet connection and a lower latency (time-to-result).
4g claims that it is five times faster than the current 3g services and theoretically can provide download speeds of up to 100mbps.
Hubert Da Costa, vice president of EMEA at Cradlepoint, "5g Wi-Fi connections, single-stream, 900 Mbps (dual-stream) and 1, 3g bps (triple, Triple-channel), starting from 450gbps, adjusted to be about three times faster than 4g. So we started seeing a huge increase in the IoT (the Internet of objects) and smart devices, and the speed and capacity of the 5g will make the future come even faster. Says.
Advantages and disadvantages of 5g
The 5g will be significantly faster than 4g, and with a theoretical download speed of 10,000 Mbps, it will provide higher productivity on all capable devices. In addition, with higher bandwidth, you will have the ability to run faster download speeds and more complex mobile internet applications.
However, 5g's implementation will cost more, and the latest mobile phones will probably be built into it, while other devices are outdated.
A reliable, wireless internet connection may depend on the number of devices connected to a channel. With the addition of 5g to the wireless spectrum, we can overconcentrate the frequency range.
The future of 5g
Since 5g is still evolving, it is not yet open to use by everyone. However, a large number of companies started creating 5g products and taking field tests.
Noteworthy developments in 5g technologies came from Nokia, Qualcomm, Samsung, Ericsson and BT; As the number of companies establishing the 5g partnership is increasing, they spend millions of dollars researching 5g and their practices.
Qualcomm and Samsung are focused on launching their next-generation modems as 5g compatible.
Both Nokia and Ericcson have created 5g platforms aimed at consumers instead of mobile operators. Ericsson created the first 5g platform at the beginning of this year to deliver the first 5g radio system.
Similarly, Nokia launched "5g First", a platform aimed at providing end-to-end 5g support for mobile carriers earlier this year.
"While the networking industry is working to make 4g anywhere, this 4g infrastructure will probably not be able to see later dates or to transfer its location to 5g, eventually failing to operate by the end of 2019 or 2020. It needs a whole new eco-system as long as it needs it. To create the right architectures and accepted standards.
"In parallel, mobile vendors will need to develop their network infrastructure and end-user devices, such as new 5g-enabled devices. Ultimately, the industry will have the biggest technological challenge spectrum availability, "says Paul Gainham (SP senior manager at Juniper Networks EMEA marketing)
5g in Turkey
On 4 September 2017, the "5g Valley-open Test Site Protocol" signed by the Information Technology and Communication Authority (BTK) with the participation of Metu, Hacettepe and Bilkent universities and GMS operators in Turkey, 5g technology in the world Standards. In this context, in 5g Valley, BTK, universities and operators in collaboration with the cooperation of 5g and beyond Technologies R & D, BOM-GE and testing is aimed to establish an infrastructure. New R & D opportunities for all stakeholders of the electronic communications sector will be available at the Open test site, which can benefit anyone who manufactures technology on 5g, such as academicians, researchers, doctoral students.