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What is 5G?
5G which stands for Fifth-Generation Wireless Network. It is the latest, modest and most advanced iteration of cellular technology, invented to greatly increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks.

Fifth-generation Wireless mobile internet connectivity promises many factors such as much faster data download and upload speeds, wider coverage, and more stable connections.
5G is an amazing innovation which will help power and boost technologies and provide cutting-edge solutions to real-world problems. With 5G, more advanced technologies can be invented, past technologies can be renewed and the world will experience a whole new feel of modernity.

With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections could travel at rates as high as 20 Gbps, hence exceeding wireline network speeds as well as offer latency of 1 ms or lower for uses that require real-time feedback, hence making it the fastest and an
amazingly reliable network.

These advanced 5G networks will help power and ascend Internet of Things technology, providing the infrastructure needed to carry huge amounts of data, as well as allowing for a smarter and more connected world. It will make the world a better, happier and more advanced place to live and will prove to be a great asset to mankind and the human race.
But wait; after all the talks, how do we realize the importance of 5G. It means why actually 5G is so important and how different it is from 4G and what is the need for it?

We will discuss each of these questions in the coming sections of this article explaining you in detail the facts and features about 5G.

So, here we go…

How 5G is different from 4G?
5G supports higher-frequency bands than that of 4G. These bands range from 3.5GHz (gigahertz) to 26 GHz and beyond and have a lot of capacity but their shorter wavelengths mean their range is lower.
Wireless network operators in four countries -- the United States, Japan, South Korea, and China -- are largely driving the first 5G buildouts i.e. they are committed to building 5G infrastructure.
These network operators are planning to spend billions of dollars on 5G capital expenses through 2030 and that means a huge huge investment.

With developments well underway, these 5G networks are expected to launch across the world by 2020(very very soon), working alongside existing 3G and 4G technology to provide speedier connections that stay online no matter where you are.

The fastest current 4G mobile networks offer about 45 Mbps (megabits per second) on average, although the industry is still hopeful of achieving 1Gbps (gigabit per second =1,000Mbps). But 5G could achieve browsing and download speeds about 10 to 20 times faster in real-world (as opposed to laboratory) conditions. Well, this is not surprising as this as what we expect - after all its 5G.

Standalone 5G networks, on the other hand, operating within very high frequencies (30 GHz say) could easily achieve Gigabit-plus browsing speeds as standard. But these aren't likely to come in until a few years later, so keep patience as you need to wait for more.

So, we have seen how fast 5G can be in comparison to 4G and how beneficial it will be for people across the world. Now, let’s come to our next topic which is how 5G evolved in India. 

Evolution of 5g in India.
The 5G technology in India is evolving at a steady rate.
The 5G technology is currently being standardized and India is keen to play a major role in the standardization process. According to Finance Minister - Mr.Arun Jaitley, India had recently allocated `500 crores for research and development of 5G technology and the happy news is - a part of this will be used to set up a research team of 200 researchers from the five IITs of Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Kanpur. This team will work towards creating India-specific use cases for 5G.

These 5G connections in India are expected to generate approximately USD 20Bn revenue for telecom companies by 2025. And due to this fact, the Indian mobile companies are looking forward to providing high HD premium videos to their users by
embracing 5G networks.

A budgetary support test bed for a 5G technology has already been committed by the government and that will be anchored at the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai.

Now, let us now see the Needs of 5G so as why actually is 5G needed.

Needs of 5g
There are ample benefits of 5G but some of them are listed below:
● Easy Monitoring − Most beneficial for the government as a governmental organization and investigating offers can monitor any part of the world.

● Easier Education − A teacher can teach from anywhere and a student sitting in any part of the world can attend the class.

● Natural Calamity Detection - Possible, natural disaster including tsunami, earthquake etc. can be detected faster

● Parallel multiple services, such as you can know whether and location while talking with other people. Well, that’s pretty amazing.

● Medical Treatment will become easier & safer − A doctor can treat the patient located in other parts of the world along with giving proper advice.

This was all about 5G today, We hope it was easier and straightforward to understand.

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