4G cellular network in India is slowing down. So now preparations are being made to bring 5G. The average speed on the fastest 4G network is 45 Mbps. People hope that this can be increased further. But given the increasing number of smartphones in the world, 4G networks are being overloaded. To understand this, suppose there is only one vehicle running on a highway, then its speed will be faster and if a thousand trains arrive on the same highway then the speed of the trains will naturally decrease. Preparations are being made to bring 5G to overcome this problem.
The chip makers hope that the internet speed can be reached up to 1000 Mbps in the 5G network. In normal life, this would mean 10 to 20 times faster data download speed than 4G. While it takes six minutes to download a movie on a 4G network, it will take 20 seconds to download it on a 5G network.
Through 5G we will be able to have faster and more reliable communication. According to the report of a panel set up by the government, from 5G to 2035, there could be an economic impact of one trillion dollars in India. At the same time, according to a report from Ericsson, there is a possibility of revenue of more than $ 27 billion in India from 5G to 2026. According to another report by Ericsson, by 2026 there will be 3.5 billion 5G connections worldwide while their number will reach 35 crores in India.
Experts believe that after 5G it will give a boost to the Indian economy. E-commerce, health centers, shopkeepers, schools, colleges and even farmers will be able to take full advantage of this. In the Corona era, the way everyone’s dependence on the Internet has increased. In view of that, after 5G, it will help to make every person’s life better and simpler. That is why everyone is waiting for it.