The long-awaited fifth-generation mobile network 5G is already here and is actively conquering the markets in different corners of the world. But are you sure that you know what makes this cell network standard special? In this article, we will explain the core differences between 5G and the previously introduced networks and will share with you our secret that will help you to stabilize your 5G connection in case you have any issues.
5G: What is it?
Actually, we can say that 5G is a successor of all the previous standards of wireless networks, namely 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. It is designed to connect everyone and everything together, not only private mobile devices but also machines, equipment and complex systems.
This technology is said to bring higher data exchange speeds, better data exchange reliability, ultra-low latency, improved network capacity as well as better performance and efficiency. Moreover, 5G can connect more devices at once and it ensures wider availability of this network. All these benefits together provide an innovative experience for users.
Engineers claim that 5G is able to ensure peak data rates of up to 20 Gbps. If we take an 8 Gb movie and download it using the capacities of 5G and 4G, we will see that in the case of 5G we will need 5-7 times less time.
Previous network generations
It’s important to understand that before the introduction of 5G, we had other cellular technologies that ensured us the possibility to stay connected with other users of mobile services.
They were the following ones:
- 1G (analog cellular). It was only about voice services.
- 2G (GSM, CDMA, TDMA – digital cellular technologies). This network generation also brought short-messaging.
- 3G (UMTS, HSPA, EVDO – the speed of data exchange was around 200 kbps – 5 megabits per second). The core network speeds became higher and it was required to launch smartphones.
- 4G (LTE, WiMAX – the speed can reach up to a few gigabits per second but usually is around hundreds of megabits). Now we have a lot of video and broadcasting possibilities and much more types of devices can be united into one network.
Experts predict that in the near future mobile operators will stop supporting 2G and 3G standards. However, 4G and 5G are definitely here to stay. Moreover, in many cases, we can observe a so-called symbiosis between 4G and 5G as many 5G networks used 4G to establish their initial connections. Now a lot of 5G smartphones combine 5G and 4G channels. And it is done absolutely invisibly to users.
Like all other mobile networks, 5G relies on radio frequencies to send data. But what is interesting here, 5G signal can be transmitted in any frequency band, including short-range and high-band ones. 5G can use the bands from 2 frequency sets: from 450 MHz to 6 GHz and from 24.25 GHz to 52.6 GHz.
5G supports a lot of innovative technologies, like live streaming, AR/VR, remote collaboration, cloud computing and many others. This capacity can greatly change the way businesses that work in different industries cooperate with each other.
It means that not only our personal communication can depend on the quality of the 5G network connection but also the entire business world and our common tech progress do.
However, despite the fact that 5G is a very innovative network, the problems that can be associated with it are not new at all. Yes, due to many factors (like specific landscape or building configuration), users can suffer from a low or unstable signal.
But are there any chances to improve the quality of your 5G signal at home or in the office? Sure! Today there are already some innovative mobile signal boosters intended for those who are not satisfied with the power of their 5G signal. And at MyAmplifiers, we also have what to offer you. It’s our latest 5G repeater - Nikrans BD-300FW 5G.
Benefits of our 5G booster
Nikrans BD-300FW 5G is a new innovative booster that appeared on the market not so long ago but has already won the hearts of our clients who can now enjoy the benefits of this model. As for its configuration, this booster is very similar to other repeaters presented on our website.
- One outdoor antenna (it should be installed on the roof and is intended for catching the 5G signal transmitted by your operator)
- One booster box (it is responsible for making the signal more stable and powerful)
- One indoor antenna (this antenna will disseminate the improved signal within the coverage area of our 5G repeater).
The booster set also includes all the necessary cables and mountings which means that you do not need to buy any extra elements before starting to use this device. Moreover, all clients who order this model get a detailed guide that will help to install the booster within 15-20 minutes even if you have no tech skills and experience.
This 5G repeater has a coverage area of up to 300 sq.m. This coverage makes it a good choice for both living properties and different offices.
The booster was designed to satisfy the needs even of the most demanding clients. It has an LCD screen that helps you to monitor the changes in the power of the output signal as well as the state of the mobile network in real-time. This model also has such an interesting feature as a reminder of a failed installation.
Please pay attention that this 5G repeater is compatible with two frequency bands. They are 2100 MHz and 700 MHz. If your operator uses some other frequencies for sending a 5G signal, you need to look for another model.
In case you have any doubt related to the possibility to use this booster for solving your 5G signal problems, please, do not hesitate to contact us. Our sales managers will be happy to help you find the best mobile signal booster to deal with your network issues.