International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Information Technology | India | Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022 | Rating: 4 / 10

The Journey to 5G: An IOT Application Perspective

Goutham Sabbani [9]

Abstract: 5G technology has already unlocked new levels of connectivity and is expected to have a $13.1 trillion global economic impact in 2035, supporting 22.3 million jobs. Visit HTC 5G HUB to learn more. The breakthrough speed, ultra-low latency, and extreme reliability of 5G can change how people work and live in many aspects [3]. 5G was created for various applications: to improve mobile broadband, support massive IoT deployments, and provide ultra-reliable low-latency communications separately. Enhancements in network infrastructure, spectrum efficiency, and the development of new use cases fuel this evolution. Concerning the lifeline in an Internet of Things service, 5G paves the way for automatic data exchange between different nodes, preferably real-time, which means better automation and control, not just this but fruitful implementation giving rise to Remote Sensing areas, i.e., areas where innovation is taking place both solar city developments. Key progressions like network slicing and edge computing are critical because they allow networks to be tailored for specific IoT requirements and enable quicker data processing at the network edge itself. One example of the effect of 5G comes from Seoul, South Korea, where innovative traffic systems use this technological evolution. This initiative uses IoT sensors and 5G connectivity to control real-time traffic management, reducing congestion and improving safety. The examples show how 5G technology can make our cities more innovative and responsive.

Keywords: 5G Technology, Internet of Things (IoT), Network Slicing, Edge Computing, Smart City Developments

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022,

Pages: 1344 - 1347

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