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5G brings opportunities to the Internet of Things!

What is 5G

As the fifth generation mobile communication technology,when it comes to 5G networks, apart from faster network speeds, I believe many people are not clear about their applications in other aspects because 5G networks have not been truly applied in the Chinese market yet. So, what is the difference between 5G networks and 2G, 3G, 4G, and networks?

The most obvious difference is speed. When 4G networks began to dominate the market around 2010, we felt that speed became very fast. We downloaded a movie, transferred a video, file, or photo, and finally didn't have to wait as hard as 2/3G networks did. However, these were not a big deal in front of 5G networks.

So, how fast is the 5G network that we are about to launch? It is reported that its peak theoretical transmission speed can reach 10Gb per second, which can be said that an ultra-high definition picture quality movie can be downloaded within 1 second, pushing the mobile market to a new height.


What is the Internet of Things

IoTIt is a kind of network to realize intelligent identification, positioning, tracking, monitoring and management of objects through radio frequency identification, infrared sensors, global positioning system, laser scanners and other information sensing devices. In short, it is to realize the interconnection of everything. Any object can be connected to the Internet for information exchange and communication.

The Impact of 5G on the Internet of Things

5G is mainly aimed at the development of the Internet of Things. After 3G and 4G have gradually transformed from unfamiliar concepts to widely used in the market, the 5G era is approaching us. Major communication operators have focused their main efforts on the field of the Internet of Things, increasing investment in the field. From the perspective of the application of the Internet of Things, the current communication technology (4G communication) cannot meet the requirements of multi-point access. Firstly, the communication speed is low, and secondly, the anti-interference ability is poor.

The advantages of 5G just make up for the shortcomings of 4G, paving the way for the implementation of the Internet of Things in intelligent transportation and smart grids, and bringing new opportunities to the Internet of Things. NB IoT Internet of Things has low latency, more connections, and ultra-low power consumption, which largely solves the reasons for the previous slow development of the Internet of Things and brings vitality to the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is the core of big data, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. Its real-time and high-frequency data is truly big data and the foundation for future artificial intelligence implementation. Truly realizing the Internet of Things, for example, today's intelligent cars are essentially cars supported by IoT technology.