What Is 5G (5G Explained)

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In this video, we’ll be discussing 5G – more specifically, what it is and its ability to change our world! 5G is a core technology in establishing the digital infrastructure of the future and will be essential in how all of the over 50 billion mobile and connected devices by 2020 will communicate together!

[0:25-2:55] First we'll take a quick look at the history of mobile networks, and how they have evolved over the years to present day.

[2:55-14:20] Following that, we'll focus on the technologies a 5G network is composed of and the improvements in speed, latency, bandwidth and energy consumption they will bring.

[14:20-23:40] Finally, we'll discuss the transition process from 4G LTE networks to 5G as well as the timeframe for the release of 5G to the public.

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Soundtrack ➤

♫ 00:00 "Falling Deeper" by Kisnou (feat. Blure)

♫ 00:20 "If I'm Wrong" by HOME

♫ 02:50 "The Memory Module" by Burn Water

♫ 08:45 "Resonance" by HOME

♫ 13:15 "Call to Earth" by Burn Water

♫ 17:40/19:00 "Butterfly Culture" by Benjamin Francis Leftwich (Burn Water Remix)

♫ 21:30 "New Machines" by HOME

♫ 23:45 "June" by Aire Atlantica

Producer ➤ Ankur Bargotra

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💬 Comments on the video
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We need to watch out... this 'connection culure' is REALLY going to affect personal privacy, & surveillance (face recognition cameras)!

Author — Daniel Dietsche

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Yeah I'm pretty sure I don't need 5 Gbps

Author — J Coleman シ

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We don't *have* to use it... 4G's good enough for me.

Author — Mr_Mack_In Denver

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When everyone jumps to 5G, I'll jump back to 3G or 4G.

Author — Zapper Zapped

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Slow Down dude, cant keep up you fast phase with all those information

so i just read the translations

awesome skill though you can speak 1000 words in one breath

Author — Z Rus

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The communication from the moon in 1969 was 0g? Id say that works pretty damn good!

Author — Terminator X

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Haha I put the playback speed to .75 and it was perfect lol

Author — Liberty Action

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...I keep getting the image of how now everyone can over pay for tickets and while in the stadium look at their phone the whole time ignoring the event.

Author — Clinton Lunn

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This channel sounds like "ColdFusion" to me. And by that I mean the content quality and representation, which is awesome. I believe this channel has potential.

Author — Amit Patel

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when 5G comes everything will be so connected that we will start to connect even whales and sharks to the internet

Author — Anderson Pyaban

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Yeah it’s great it’s screws up my xm radio reception

Author — James Wuertele

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No way am I connecting any household appliances (other than a computer) or vehicle of mine to the Internet

Author — tom rose

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First of all thank you for a most informative video.
May I suggest that you make a video about VoLTE and how the 3GPP for the first time have managed to create a non standard Non operator locked Sony Xperia terminals purchased from Telia turn out to work as they should in a private network if and only if the SIM cards are created with IMSI number of the original Telia SIM and if and only if the Telia Mobile network code is transmitted. When a SIM with another IMSI is inserted or if the terminal attach to a network with another MNC the VoLTE function is permanently disabled and can only be restored by shipping the UE's back to Sweden and by buying new real Telia subscriptions. Note that the basic 4G/LTE functionality works with any SIM so the terminal is not operator locked. I have not yet tested with UE's from other vendors but I fear it may be the same. This does constitute a serious problem for anyone that need to deploy a private network. You may ask yourself who needs that when the operators offer such great service at such an affordable cost. The answer is everyone that can not tolerate a power outage and hence make very expensive investments in redundant power, often large diesel generators. Hospitals are prime examples.
Best Regards
Peter Seybolt

Author — Peter Seybolt

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4g works great, that fast talking sweet story about 5g ain't exciting me, cell phones need more space and better battery life that's what needs to be done. Skipping to the next generation of internet isn't really necessary there's so much more that can be done with 4g. Just my opinion.

Author — Theo Butler

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Hey, everybody! :-) imho one of The Best Tech/IT/Electronics/Physics Channel I've met in my 50 yrl long life, GREETINGS!!! .... 6:46 - I've got a heart attack!... Good Bye, cruel world! ;-)

Author — Zdzichu S.

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Slow down a bit.. You are speaking in 5G 😄

Author — Ntando Tshangela

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Thank You Sooo Much
iT was 4/Me/ very Very
Amazing
Keep iT Up
iT will take me 20 years to get Your knowledge
You did iT in 24 minutes
Thank You
For spreading iT
You Are The Beast of iT
Kristoff K.

Author — Kris Kubinski

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00:53 Martin Cooper, the first high-power mobile phone user to have never felt [or even heard of] EHS. 😲

Author — Ebenezer Kalarama

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I ordered 30 Gb/s through my internet provider and the most speed I ever got was maybe 17. thing is they would not offer anything lower other than the base 5 Gb/s.

Author — Jbeliski

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Really Cool Tech Channel... Glad the Algorithm Recommended it to me! Subscribed...

Author — busyrand