South Korean telecommunications company KT has completed a successful field test of its 5G satellite data transmission technology. It is the world’s first successful 5G mobile data transmission satellite that is launched. This successful test builds on a hybrid satellite that enables faster, more efficient and more reliable data transmission on a global scale. MediaTek is driving the introduction of the company’s new 5-G Satellite Data Transfer (SAT) technology, which has carried out several successful field trials transmitting data between its satellite and mobile networks in South Korea and the US. SIT has completed the project by introducing a new method of combining different networks to deliver data faster and enable faster data transmission via satellite communications and backhaul connections.
Their satellite will remain a key element of the system architecture that provides users with a fast, reliable network and high bandwidth of data transmission. Also, the growing demand for the high-speed broadband connections and need to address bandwidth problems on current networks is an important factor that should lead to the increase in the number of mobile phones and data users over next 10 years.
Next-generation wireless technology will also lead to increased adoption of augmented reality (AR), as the 5G network provides the high bandwidth and low latency required to maintain enhanced image and quality. Improved data transmission capacity of 5G satellites will help by providing a constellation of satellites in the sky with higher data rates and lower latency, the company said. Supporting applications that create better experiences and benefits for customers is also an important way to help satellites successfully develop 5G.
According to a recent report, the market for 5G satellite communications is expected to grow rapidly in the near future, due to the high demand for fast, cost-effective and reliable communications services.
The expansion of 5G signals means that it is an expansion of the data stream that must be independently collected, delivered and uploaded. Satellite combining into 5g will help to expand the capacity of existing mobile broadband networks such as AT & T’s LTE network. The 5G satellite network will be able to build up and downlinks for a wider range of devices, from mobile phones to tablets and tablets to computers. By extending to new frequencies, 5G will have lower latency, which means delayed communication. With the increased computing power of the new spectrum and the ability to use more bandwidth and data per unit of bandwidth than ever before, 5G devices will use lower latencies and have higher computing power, meaning that these devices will enjoy higher data transfer speeds due to the higher bandwidth.
7 INDUSTRIES THAT 5G TECHNOLOGY COULD TRANSFORM OR DISRUPT
- Supply Chain Management
Installing 5G-enabled IoT sensors on products helps to make a large amount of data could available to stakeholders in the supply chain in real-time.
The data includes temperature, location, moisture, pressure, and other information that can be crucial to properly managing products in a supply chain.
5G plays a crucial role in vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. It connects vehicles with infrastructures such as bus stops and traffic lights. This will improve the traffic flow, reduce accidents, increase vehicle reaction time, and will make public transportation more efficient than before.
5G technology will help the production operations in the manufacturing industry to become more efficient and flexible while enhancing safety. This could enable manufacturers to enhance “smart factories,” which leverage artificial intelligence, automation, IoT, and augmented reality.
Mobile shopping has become incredibly popular among users worldwide. Over 100M Americans made the purchase of smartphones in 2018. This migration to mobile shopping largely occurred because of 4G/LTE. 5G opened the door to VR dressing rooms and also mobile AR experiences in stores and at home.
- Cloud Computing
With 5G, mobile apps will become more sophisticated than ever before. The technologies will make it easier for mobile devices to communicate in real-time with a central server.
Communication is the key when in military strategies. Better connectivity will minimize the confusion and delay while relaying information in a life-threatening situation in the field. This will help to prevent injuries and deaths in war zones.
5G paves the better way to AR/VR experience, it will help in the educational platforms. It will provide several benefits over traditional educational methods, including cost-effectiveness, lower risks, and increased retention. For students in high-risk fields like medicine and aviation, VR learning experiences could prove to be especially useful.
Written By Amal Babu | Edited and Published by Joshna Sharon Johnson