Length: 2 Days
5G Wireless Networks Training
The promise of 5G wireless networks is considerable.
The 5G rollout is now underway in the U.S. When that infrastructure is in place and fully deployed, users can expect complete digital connectivity from the tip of the carrier network to interconnected devices — in other words, never having to drill another hole through the wall.
This is significant: never needing any kind of wire or cable to deliver communications or even entertainment service to your mobile device, automobile, or to your fixed devices such as HDTV, security systems and smart appliances.
Global 5G wireless networks will constitute an overhaul of communications infrastructure never before seen in history. The benefits are not only directed to consumers. Small cell infrastructure is expected to remake landscapes while reducing costs for 5G operators.
5G was developed to enable not only faster internet and download speeds for mobile cellphone users, but also to complete massive interconnectivity among Internet of things (IoT) devices and provide the juice for everything from self-driving cars to smart cities.
It is estimated there will be 1.2 billion 5G network connections by 2025 accounting for 40% of the global population – 2.7 billion people.
In order to grasp what 5G wireless networks can do now as well as in the future, it helps to have a basic understanding of the 5G infrastructure.
Some of 5G’s characteristics:
5G uses unique radio frequencies that are higher and more directional than those used by 4G. The directionality of 5G is important because 4G towers send data all over, which can waste power and energy and ultimately weaken access to the internet. 4G networks use frequencies below 6 GHz, while 5G will use much higher frequencies in the 30 GHz to 300 GHz range.
The larger the frequency, the greater its ability to support fast data without interfering with other wireless signals or becoming overly cluttered.
5G also uses shorter wavelengths than 4G, which means antennas can be shorter without interfering with the direction of the wavelengths. 5G can therefore support approximately 1,000 more devices per meter than 4G. On 5G, more data will more quickly get to more people with less latency and disruption to meet surging data demands.
Another fundamental concept to comprehend is that 5G networks more precisely understand the data being requested and can self-modulate power mode (low when not in use or high when you’re streaming HD video, for example), generally making devices more user-friendly.
5G Wireless Networks Training Course by Tonex
5G Wireless Networks Training covers the fundamentals of the 5G mobile communication system, standardized by 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), ITU-T and others bodies.
Tonex has developed comprehensive 5G Wireless Training Programs to satisfy the
competence needs of professionals exploring new 5G technology fundamentals with expertise required for analyzing, creating, engineering and operating 5G wireless networks.
Learn the fundamentals of the 5G mobile services, features, network architecture, radio interface, core, and the evolution of 4G telecommunication and LTE-Advanced pro to 5G.
5G Wireless Networks Training