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How Will 5G Affect Internet of Things Technology

Feb. 21, 2023 Share:

According to many predictions, the Internet of Things is expected to significantly change the way people live in the coming years. It has seen the growth of a wide range of use cases, including smart cities, remote patient monitoring and healthcare treatment, industry 4.0 manufacturing, mobility of autonomous vehicles, VR technology, and more

How Will 5G Affect Internet of Things Technology

Businesses have been using the Internet of Things for years, but with the advent of 5G and edge AI computing, these use cases are now much more effective and widespread. But what exactly is 5G technology? Let's find out!


The market research firm analyzed that the 5G Internet of Things market will see a compound growth rate of 73.46 percent during the forecast period of 2021-2028, with the market value expected to reach $122.84 billion by 2028.

What is 5G? How will 5G network technology work

5G means the next generation of mobile networks that will eventually replace and enhance 4GLTE. The impact of 5G technology is expected to greatly exceed that of previous generations of networks.

However, this unique technology greatly enhances network connectivity and opens up new possibilities for more creative solutions. Connected sensors and automated production lines that respond to demand and supply are just two examples of how 5G will accelerate innovation and improve user experience.


How 5G works - Wireless networks are made up of cell towers that are divided into sectors that send data over radio waves. The fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless technology provides the foundation for 5G. Unlike 4G, which requires large, high-powered base stations to radiate signals over long distances, 5G wireless signals are transmitted through a number of small base stations located in places like light poles or building roofs. Using multiple small batteries is necessary because of the millimeter-wave spectrum -- the band between 30 and 300 gigahertz (Ghz) that 5G needs to generate high speeds.