Introduction of 5G as a Next-generation Mobile Network

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Title Introduction of 5G as a Next-generation Mobile Network
Creator Amin, Ruhul
Subject 5G
Mobile Network
Internet Services
Internet of things
Digital Safety
Description 5G aren't just about significantly improving network connectivity. It's a next-generation mobile network that promises to be a game changer in the way we live. The true breakthrough of 5G is the capacity of up to 1,000 5G connected devices per person. It covers all 7 billion people worldwide. One of the great expectations for the future is that not only will all humans be connected to the Internet, but most items of our lives will also be connected. With 5G, coverage will be improved, capacity will be increased, latency will be reduced, and data speed will significantly improve.   Future 5G solutions will outperform current 4G mobile networks in several ways. Significant   improvements in device density, transfer speeds and latencies, and a 90% reduction in power    consumption are just a few of the 5G goals.
On the other hand, the harmful effects of frequency radiation have already been proven. Even   before 5G was proposed, dozens of petitions and appeals by international scientists, including the Flyberger appeal signed by more than 3,000 doctors, stopped the expansion of wireless technology and made new base stations. Requested a moratorium. Negative microbiological effects have also been recorded. Government regulators will consider deploying 5G, especially with the additional infrastructure needed to expand their networks. 5G deployments need to address both standard and advanced cybersecurity threats. It is the responsibility of the carrier and network consortium to provide customers with digital safety nets, except that customer complacency can be an issue as well.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2020-11-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source ABC Research Alert; Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): September-December Issue; 129-138
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Ruhul Amin

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