Internet is an important part of our lifestyle. At home, office, shopping or time pass, anytime, anywhere the internet stops or slows down, it seems as if life has stopped. Therefore, people across the world, including India, have high expectations from the Next Generation Internet (5G) network. At the same time, 5G network is being opposed today, including in India. Opponents are calling it a big threat to the earth. In such a situation, it is important for us to know what is a 5G network? Will this make internet faster? What are its advantages and disadvantages?
According to a report by the country’s government panel, the data network speed with 5G is expected to be 2 to 20 GB per second. Right now 5G internet is available in 378 cities in 34 countries of the world. Right now, there is a need to study this, which can reveal many more details. This is the reason that there are different opinions among experts regarding this technique. Some say it is necessary for the digital world, while there is also no shortage of experts who consider it a big threat to the earth. It is a major challenge for India to fully implement this technology.
5G internet in india
- 1. India may have 5G internet launch by the end of 2021.
- 2. Mobile companies have started selling 5G smartphones in the country.
Bandwidth will be increased
Bandwidth is the virtual space provided to users for using the Internet. The higher the bandwidth, the faster the internet will run. 5G will have more bandwidth available than the existing 2G, 3G and 4G. However, more bandwidth would require several times more mobile towers. Internet connection will not reduce even if many users connect simultaneously in 5G network. The work that we are able to do on computers and laptops only, we will be able to do them easily on other devices in 5G network.
This is the reason that in April 2020, people opposing the 5G network in the Netherlands broke several telephone towers and set them on fire. Their concern is about the potential threats and privacy protection of the 5G network. In January, around 100 people gathered on the Dam Square in Amsterdam to oppose the 5G network.