Growing consumption of data is about to grow to new heights with the introduction of 5G. The fifth generation of wireless system will transform the amount of data usage in one’s life. 5G is not just an incremental improvement over 4G. The technological foundations are different and the advantages are considerably more.
Unlike previous generations, where massive cell towers transmitted data signals to various geographic locations, 5G signals can possibly be transmitted through much smaller towers, or network cells, which are implemented in much larger numbers. These types of network cells may not be larger than home routers, but they are still very powerful.
One of the areas that should see a considerable improvement in quality is video conferencing. At this point, the video conference has had limited use in business and has not taken off as planned, partly because the quality of the video conference is not always on par. However, 5G network speeds should see a large increase in the ability to transfer, download, connect and stream 4k and 8k video, with video of this high quality, accessible on the mobile level from anywhere the phone cell phone can receive signal, means great accessibility for technology,
with much less hiccups and interruptions
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are also expected to experience significant
improvements. In recent years both VR and AR technologies have undergone great development and improvement, and now as technology is being updated regularly these technologies are bound for further improvement. It is likely that mobile AR and RV will
become much more widespread and benefit from much greater use and would be utilised in day to day activities. With the introduction of 5G both VR and AR are bound to improve.
MOBILE VOIPArea where we could see a great impact of 5G is the mobile voice over IP. VoIP calls depend on an Internet connection, so mobile VoIP users often experience less clarity and reliability when making calls over a Wi-Fi network. Most VoIP applications do not use 4G technology, so the quality of calls is not very good. With the fast connection speed Users would be use 5G to make Mobile VoIP calls and with the stable connection the quality of the call is expected to be strong.
The Impact of 5G is absolute but it would take few more years for us to utilize the full potential of 5G the implementations for 5G are underway, but they will take time. 4G will continue to be compatible during 5G deployment. It is advisable to pay attention to the implementation plans for the geographic areas that are important to you. Verify latency and performance benchmarks specific to your geographic location of interest.