Nobody would hate to have a speedy internet! Therefore, it’s no any surprise that every telecom around the globe is working to make their internet speeds even faster. Home, smartphones, PC’s, watches, and our cars are gradually needing stable internet connectivity. For us to get enough bandwidth for our precious wireless feed, we will be required to come up with an entirely new form of wireless signal.
This is the point where 5G comes in. Just like 3G and 4G, 5G is a wireless connection that has been specifically built to keep up with the increasing devices that require mobile internet connectivity. It is wise to learn that it isn’t all about your phone, as cars, security cameras, door locks, home appliances, dog collars, wearable’s, and very many devices need internet connection to operate in the current world.
3G, 4G and 5G
The ‘G’ in 3G, 4G and 5G stands for “generation.” The wireless phone tech started with 1G (technically). It expanded to 2G in the 1990s, at a time when companies first started allowing users to send text messages amid two cellular gadgets.
The word moved to 3G eventually when people got the ability to send text messages, browse the internet, make calls, and share media – all with the help of wireless internet. The 4G technology came as just an enhancement of the capabilities which were made possible with the help of the 3G.
With 4G people can upload and download large videos with no problem. Companies progressed by adding “long term evolution,” popularly LTE, to their 4G connectivity. This form of technology became the most consistently and fastest form of 4G compared to all the other technologies such as WiMax.
If you are new in this, the distinction between LTE and WiMax is much the same as the distinction between HD DVDs and Blu-Ray. Whereas both the technologies attain similar outcomes, it was necessary to come up with a standard for very user.