Indore: 5G has little to do with the classic mobile communications as we know it. Unlike previous technologies like 4G, there is no uniform 5G network. It is more than an evolution of previous technology; it is a whole set of new networks for different applications.
Discussing this, Dr LD Malviya, associate professor from Sri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS) addressed a webinar on ‘5G and Future Antenna Technologies’.
About 265 participants from Shivajirao Kadam Institute of Technology and other academicians attended the webinar.
“There are many applications that are addressed with the new communication standard and there are multiple frequency ranges for 5G mobile communication to be considered. In general, 5G mobile networks can operate in various frequencies and hence requiring different antennas for different frequency bands,” Malviya said.
“5G is designed to do a variety of things that can transform our lives, provide us faster download/upload speeds, low latency, more capacity, higher bandwidth and seamless connectivity for billions and trillions of devices in the applications of streaming, virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality,” Malviya said.
Applications of 5G
5G is an important mobile platform for the networked society, which must meet different broadband requirements. Many expect that 5G will lead to a modern industrial revolution. Much is expected from 5G mobile technology, and it is assumed that 5G will create the foundation for future applications like:
· Digital home
· Industry 4.0
· Internet of Things
· eHealth and mHealth
· Mobile TV / 5G broadcast
· Real-time communication (tactile communication)
· Autonomous driving
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