5G technologies & IoT

Cellular IoT (CIoT) – Mobile IoT using NB-IoT and LTE-M

Today, mobile networks are not limited to just mobile phones for consumers and businesses, but they also provide connectivity for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. IoT, or the Internet of Things, has been around for a long time, and it is a system of devices connected to the internet to communicate with …

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How is 5G different from LTE Advanced and LTE Advanced Pro?

The 5G networks are already operational in many countries, and, as expected, there are some questions about the differences between 5G and the existing LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology. 5G represents the latest generation of mobile cellular networks, and it is different from 4G LTE networks. 5G is the fifth generation of mobile networks enabled …

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What do eMBB, mMTC and uRLLC mean in 5G?

eMBB, mMTC and uRLLC are terminologies that are frequently used in the context of 5G New Radio (NR) networks. These terminologies are often expressed through a triangle that represents the key building blocks for specifying requirements for 5G networks. eMBB (Enhanced Mobile Broadband), mMTC (massive Machine Type Communication) and uRLLC (Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communication) are …

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How does 5G network slicing support futuristic 5G use cases?

5G mobile networks are highly flexible, and they use a range of different technologies to adapt to the customers’ changing needs. One key technology within 5G New Radio (NR) networks is network slicing which allows them to use the same 5G network infrastructure to serve a wide range of use cases. Network slicing is a …

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Gigabit LTE vs 5G – Is Gigabit LTE part of 4G LTE or 5G NR?

The term Gigabit LTE is often used in the context of 5G mobile networks, and it can be hard to differentiate it from 5G if you are not familiar with the cellular technologies that enable 4G and 5G. 5G stands for the fifth generation of mobile networks, whereas Gigabit LTE is linked to fourth-generation (4G) …

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5G New Radio: What is 5G NR technology and how does it work?

5G stands for fifth-generation, and it represents the latest generation of mobile cellular networks that follow the fourth-generation (4G) LTE networks. 5G was introduced in the UK and many other countries in 2019, but it is still in the early stages. 5G stands for the fifth generation of mobile networks and is enabled by the …

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