The twenty-first century unlocked a new era of inventions Verizon 5G Internet Technology – Fifth-Generation Wireless; from basic households to gigantic space stations, everything has been revolutionized.
There is not a single industry that has not evolved.
The communication industry grew by leaps and bounds. The journey which started with the invention of the Telegraph in the early nineteenth century is still far from its destination.
This journey saw many breakthrough developments.
The latest development is the evolution of Verizon 5G technology. 5G technology is the fifth generation of wireless telecommunication technology.
It is the continuation of 4G technology but it is a whole new ball game.
5G Verizon technology is different from its predecessor in every sense; it is not just a faster connectivity platform, rather it enables you to connect to the billions of devices of every kind, which are also known as nodes in the domain of the internet of things (IoT).
The carrier of Verizon 5G technology is radio waves or radio frequency (RF) waves.
As telecommunication companies around the globe have spent billions of dollars in order to procure existing 4G technology, it is not desirable to develop the emerging Verizon 5G from scratch, which is an entirely new platform.
That is why the new Verizon 5G technology will be integrated with 4G and will bring into use the maximum resources of existing 4G.
Radio Access Network and The Core Network are the main components of the telecommunication domain.
2.1 The Radio Access Network
It is a complex web of small cells (geographical area), towers, and masts that connect different nodes to the main core network.
5G Verizon technology uses new millimeter wave frequency which is the frequency bands above 24 GHz. It has some pros and cons.
This will provide excessive speed and a tremendous amount of data handling capabilities but it is a very short-range connection.
This thing can be encountered by an increasing number of cells.
These macrocells will use MIMO (multiple inputs, multiple outputs) antennas which will allow them to receive and send a huge amount of data simultaneously.
This enhanced data handling does not come at the expense of the physical size of the antenna that is the size of MIMO antennas is the same as that of 4G and 3G.
1.2 The Core Network
In usual core networks,; mobile exchange and data networks are responsible for managing all of the mobile voice, data, and internet connections.
But the same is not the case with Verizon 5G technology, as the core network has been redesigned in order to efficiently integrate it with the internet, and cloud-based services and distributed servers across the network are also part of the core network.
This thing improves response times, which is also termed latency. The following illustration fig (1) shows the main architecture of Verizon 5G technology.