How Far Does 5G Travels

Peter Doyle  -  July 13, 2021  -   

5G is the next generation of wireless technology that will connect people, places, and things. It promises to be up to 100 times faster than 4G LTE, and it will provide a more reliable connection for all your devices.

It’s faster than 4G LTE, with speeds up to 10 gigabits per second. That means you can download a two-hour movie in just six seconds! And it’s more reliable too – meaning fewer dropped calls and lost connections.

With 5G, you can do so much more on your phone without worrying about slow internet or spotty service. Imagine downloading an entire season of your favorite TV show in less time than it takes to brush your teeth.

5G is built for IoT (Internet of Things), so there are endless possibilities for new innovations like driverless cars and smart cities where everything works together seamlessly.

5G has been tested for so many years now and it's almost here. It will be available to the public in no time. 5G signals can reach from 1000 up to 1,500 feet without obstructions which is far less than 4G.

To counter that, companies and stakeholders are leveraging small cell technology to help deliver more 5G signals which directly increases the coverage and speed of the network. This means the 5G small cells will be deployed in a high concentration in 5G-enabled areas.

And because 5G uses different frequencies, it has the potential to offer better coverage across rural areas where 4G doesn't reach as well. So with 5G, people settled in the rural area will have an equal opportunity to benefit from telecommunication technology.

And it’s not just about speed – it’s about safety too. The new network will help keep your data safe from hackers and thieves by encrypting information as it travels between devices on the network.

All of this means that you won’t have any trouble streaming live videos - whether it's from concerts or sporting events all over the world. You don’t have to shout across states while talking on the phone. And you don’t have to worry about the security of your data that is being transferred through this technology.

5G is the best that you can have, and it is here to stay for a long time with all the things it is capable of.

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