Cellular Network Evolution

What is
4G and 5G?

  • Capability4G technologies use lower frequency bands, operating from 2-8GHz. 5G, on the other hand, handles anywhere between 30GHz and 300 GHz.
  • Speed4G has a speed range of 100-300Mb per second, whereas 5G achieves speeds of 20GB per second, from around 10 GB per second.

Launched in 2009, 4G is the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology that offers speeds that are 10 times faster than 3G. Today, it is commonly used among cellular communications around the world.

IoT, being a massive development in the digital and technology world, has created so many possibilities and innovations in digital communications that made 4G a little bit inefficient to manage a huge number of connections that will require great capacity. Thus the development of 5G. The fifth generation of mobile networks, 5G is designed to virtually connect everyone and everything together from devices to objects to machines even to various industries.

Use of 4G and 5G network connections to support independent and wide-ranged usage of IoT in our smart solutions and devices over a large coverage area.

What is
4G and 5G?

  • Capability4G technologies use lower frequency bands, operating from 2-8GHz. 5G, on the other hand, handles anywhere between 30GHz and 300 GHz.
  • Speed4G has a speed range of 100-300Mb per second, whereas 5G achieves speeds of 20GB per second, from around 10 GB per second.

Launched in 2009, 4G is the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology that offers speeds that are 10 times faster than 3G. Today, it is commonly used among cellular communications around the world.

IoT, being a massive development in the digital and technology world, has created so many possibilities and innovations in digital communications that made 4G a little bit inefficient to manage a huge number of connections that will require great capacity. Thus the development of 5G. The fifth generation of mobile networks, 5G is designed to virtually connect everyone and everything together from devices to objects to machines even to various industries.

Use of 4G and 5G network connections to support independent and wide-ranged usage of IoT in our smart solutions and devices over a large coverage area.

Advantages of 4G/5G

Great transmissions speed
Network switching
Significantly large connections
Low latency
Private networks and security options
Large coverage area