As wireless generations continue to evolve from one generation to the next, each operates on a unique frequency band.  Older networks do not have the bandwidth to move the amounts of data that 5G will require in the 5G internet of things.

To accommodate the necessary bandwidth required for 5G, cellular networks must operate on the higher end of the RF-EMF spectrum.  Thus, new base stations, or small cells, will appear around the globe.

The reason behind this is that high-frequency radio waves have a shorter range than lower-frequency waves. Small cells that will allow data to travel relatively short distances will form a key part of the 5G internet of things, particularly in areas of dense network usage.

Current network generations operate up to 3 gigahertz (GHz).  Whereas, 5G operates between three different bandwidths.  Low-band and mid-band 5G operates at up to 6GHz.  5G high-band frequencies will operate at 24 GHz and even higher.

This is a massive generational leap that will dwarf anything we’ve seen in the past and will greatly contribute to 5G health effects.

The plan is to integrate this low-latency technology into all future electronic devices reaching a staggering 75 billion devices by the end of 2025 and that number will continue to grow at an unprecedented rate.  This is what they refer to as the “5G Internet of Things.”

Of course, the said goal is to create a globally, all connected, “smart network” for greater convenience, control, and efficiency to improve living conditions and aspects of everyday life.

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