5G Training Classes
5G Training Classes: While everyone talks about the impact 5G technology will have on mobile devices, perhaps the most dramatic changes will be in the area of urbanization.
The so-called “smart city” of the future will now be possible due to the advanced technical parameters 5G brings such as immediate interconnectivity.
A smart city is like a smart home but applied to a much larger canvass. A smart city is a city where buildings, cars, people, machines of all kinds and many more things are interconnected technologically and communicate back and forth.
Using data sensors, expect smart city technology to respond in real time to everyday events including congestion, waste management, entertainment events, e-democracy, energy supply and more. Smart cities will depend on ubiquitous broadband connectivity to support a range of critical services.
Cities currently face a variety of significant challenges including enhancing safety, increasing energy efficiency, improving air quality, making transportation more efficient and boosting overall quality of life for residents and visitors alike. The impetus for making cities smarter is driven by the need to address these concerns, and communications networks will be a key tool in the city planner’s toolbox.
However for 5G to deliver results, it needs to take advantage of higher radio frequencies, which cover a smaller geographic footprint due to the limited propagation of the radio signals, yet can support much higher data rates. Consequently, the 5G infrastructure will require dense networks of antennas in the form of small cells packed together much more closely than is typical with today’s macro networks.
This obviously presents challenges for city planners who want the benefits of 5G technology, but not the eye sore.
One approach being considered is the integration of 5G antennas into existing elements of the city scape such as in street furniture (bus stop shelters, for instance) and in highly distributed infrastructure such as light poles, which are nearly ubiquitous in urban environments.
An added benefit to light poles is that street lights are typically supported by other needed infrastructure, such as the local power grid, which offers some obvious logistical advantages.
If retro-fitting existing light poles to support 5G radio access isn’t practical, cities might want to integrate the requirements for 5G networking into the planning process for broader modernization or beautification efforts in public spaces.
Of course there is a lot more involved — 5G connectivity is just one element of many that city officials need to consider as they embark on their smart city initiatives.
In addition to wireless networks, city planners will also be trying to figure out how to deploy smart city sensors, important elements that will be used for many functions such as to support weather monitoring or traffic management, or cameras to support security applications.
5G Training Classes
Learn about smart cities and much more. Tonex offers nearly a dozen courses in 5G wireless technology taught by expert instructors who have real life experience in mobile wireless networks.
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