Pros and cons of 5G networks

The newest specification for cellular networks is called 5G, or fifth-generation mobile technology

The latest high-speed cellular network standard could revolutionize wireless connectivity and digital transformation

Apart from increased upload/download speeds, there are a few additional significant distinctions between 5G and 3G/4G networks

In a 5G network, the transmitter reduces connection speed until the error rate decreases if the BER reaches a certain threshold

5G offers lightning-fast download and upload speeds, improved connection, and more dependability due to latency and capacity improvements

5G networks also use “small cells,” or wireless network nodes, for connection

The modulation and coding scheme (MCS) for 5G, which is adaptive, is superior to that of 4G and 3G for data transmission from WiFi devices

In essence, 5G networks compromise real-time accuracy for speed in order to maintain a near-zero bit error rate