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What are ultra-dense networks and new services and applications in 5G networks?
Let us understand what an ultra-dense network is.
The dense networks deliver the best of the user experience to the users. This type of network allows the users to get the best result by the use of the densification. The density here can be the absolute or relative density in the networks.
The user density networks increase the density too potentially beyond its range to fulfill the customer demand. In the user defined network, the capacity grows as the capacity of the base station also increases. This type of network provides users with the best of experience with the densification approach.
In the peak times at this network the density of users increases the density of the base station networks.
In this network the resource allocation takes into account the distribution of the traffic, interference, requirement of the performance that cause less interference but that in turns leads to a much better and efficient 5g network.
So, the UDN is the major of the many development scenarios to provide best of the user experience in the 5g networks.
Services and applications in 5G
The new services and applications in 5G networks are as follows −
The IoT or the Internet of Things is going to be widely scaled. The wireless industry has accepted that 5G will bring a major change to the IoT concept.
The work for 5G technology LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) is already being worked on and soon to be implemented.
Also, in the wake of IoT, there are going to be smart cities with Smart energy management, water management, climate modeling, smart lighting, traffic monitoring, and others.
Health care will also see several major implementations of 5G with the help of the reliable wireless network.
Autonomous driving and automated cars will use 5G for network connectivity with low latency.
Drone operations using the 5G will provide stronger support for the high-speed internet connectivity for drone operating and thus can have many applications.
Advantages of 5G Network
it provides the increase in bandwidth which means it has high frequency and shorter wavelength.
Therefore, it gives a network having high-speed lower latency, This means that data user won’t feel any speed problem when they enter crowded spaces such as market places, sport stadium, railway stations, airports and other populated places which we have been facing with 4G or 3G networks.
It also opens new opportunity for developing new technology where high speed required such as, autonomous vehicles, server less applications, live online gaming, IoT devices etc.
Disadvantages of 5G Network
The range of 5G network is not strong so user will face signal drop and also they cannot easily penetrate through obstacle like wall and are easily absorbed by fog and moisture.
It requires large number of small tower to install in a small space therefore it may require higher cost of installation and maintenance.
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