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5G Network

What's 5G?

In the last decade of the last century mobile telecommunications technologies started commercial operations with 2G networks, enabling the transfer of speech with the transmission of short text messages and very limited data traffic. In the early 2000s, the 3G network provided the first opportunities for more serious Internet access, while the 4G network after 2010 offered even faster internet access, enabling the transmission of more demanding content (e.g. high resolution video).

5G is a new generation of mobile communications networks relying on already existing technologies, but it brings many new applications. The 5G allows significantly faster access to the Internet, a much larger number of connected devices and very reliable communication with small delays (latency). In addition to these three most frequently discussed improvements, the 5G network additionally facilitates the so-called “network slicing”, i.e. allocation of transmission resources according to priorities, which will be extremely important for future Internet of things (IoT) or special services.

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) offers a brief overview of 5G technology from the radio frequency (RF) regulation point of view on the following link.

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