5G: revolutionary future or hyped fanfare – debunking the myths

In 2019, the two main uses for 5G are for improving smartphone users’ mobile network experience through much faster speeds, often called enhanced mobile broadband. And, to use 5G to offer a fixed wireless broadband service in areas poorly served by existing fixed broadband technologies. Since many have set that 5G is an entirely new network architecture, can developing countries leapfrog to 5G, skipping the evolution of 3G to 4G? But on millimetre-wave bands as are being deployed in the US, 5G has very different characteristics to current mobile services. Given that most consumers find 4G fast enough, what are the practical and immediate benefits end users can expect from 5G?

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