The Future of 5G: Comparing 3 Generations of Wireless Technology #infographic

The Future of 5G: Comparing 3 Generations of Wireless Technology #infographic
Mobile technology has advanced steadily since the turn of the century. Today's biological remote action system is based on a robust 4 G hybrid built on the features of voice-only 2 G and Internet-enabled 3G.

 Innovation, much better known as 5 G, is being developed in the fifth generation of mobile networks in major cities around the globe. An estimated 1.5 billion flexible consumers will use 5 G wireless networks by 2024, representing 40% of current international operation.

Today's diagram shows the similarities between 3 G, 4 G and 5 G networks during the 21st century's three phases of remote development.5 G still has a way to go before the embrace of mainstream. Countries and cities are in the process of installing the necessary infrastructure to meet this next development wave.

Since the end of 2018, 5 G wireless networks have been in use in over 25 countries. South Korea was a significant achievement, the first country in the world to launch 5 G wireless technology in April 2019. The Swiss network deployments are presently at 225 and are highest in Switzerland.

China has installed over 350,000 5 G sites compared to the less than 20,000 in the U.S., and plans to invest another $400 billion in infrastructure by 2023. The launch of Chinese cellular 5 G services is scheduled to start in 2020.

The Future of 5G: Comparing 3 Generations of Wireless Technology #infographic

infographic by: www.visualcapitalist.com

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