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DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS

  • 07 March, 2021

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5G vs. 4G Connectivity

5G

4G

5G uses utilises much higher radio frequencies of 28 ghz.

4G uses lower reading frequencies of 700 mhz to 2500 mhz.

5G transfer more data over the air at faster speeds.

4G speed is lesser with less data transfer.

5G has lower latency i.e the delay before a transfer of data begins following an instruction. Latency for 5G is predicted to be below 10 milliseconds, and in best cases around 1 millisecond.

4G has higher latency as compared to 5G. Latency for 4G is around 20-30 milliseconds.

5G uses millimetre wave spectrum which enables more devices to be used within the same geographic area supporting around one million per square kilometre.

4G support lesser number of devices of about 4,000 devices per square kilometre.

5G uses a new digital technology that improve coverage, speed and capacity.

4G has led to more congestion and lesser coverage as compared to 5G.

Source: TH


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