5G technology is a game-changer that paves the way for a multitude of cross-vertical wireless applications, which usher in the era of global digital transformation. Featuring Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra Reliable Low Latency (URLLC), and massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC), 5G connectivity underpins a range of use cases handling mission-critical tasks, high-density IoT connections, and extensive coverage of services.
In the scenario of Smart Factory, the high throughput of 5G ensures smooth uploads and downloads of large-size images, enabling applications such as real-time eSOP instruction and 4K camera inspection. The millisecond latencies of 5G help the network keep pace with production lines to achieve seamless harmonization between workstations. Widely connected IoT sensors also take advantage of 5G’s billion-grade connectivity and the resulting high capacity to track machine move. When integrated with Artiﬁcial Intelligence, 5G technology can unlock even more synergized potentials. In the case of Safety AI, massive trained data can be loaded ﬂuently to make fast yet accurate inference.
Private 5G networks keep a licensed spectrum, which is reserved as a dedicated band that will not be shared with other users. Enterprises can make the most of their proprietary network resources by ruling out the risk of co-channel interference, ensuring high reliability and transmission quality.
5G wireless network transmission features a QoS mechanism that performs job pre-scheduling and resource pre-allocation, with which the network performance will not be undermined by users competing for network resources, allowing network services to remain stable despite a surge in user numbers.
5G radio coverage can be extended with its WAN-based architecture and increased RF power from picocells to macrocells. Technically speaking, with only a single base station, 5G radio coverage can be expanded by connecting multiple RRUs to a FH-GW. 5G RF power can reach up to 250 mW (24dbm) indoors and 5W (37dbm) outdoors, and the antenna gain can reach a maximum of 16dbi according O-RAN regulations.
5G handover allows UE to keep searching for adjacent gNbs, establish communication, and allocate resources before a handover is triggered. When UE undergoes cross-cell handover, it will not be disconnected from the initial access point for the next one to take over, thus keeping data transmission uninterrupted. With seamless connection, the handover speed reaches an unprecedented millisecond level.
Private 5G networks provide multiple layers of protection:
Deploying private 5G networks gives enterprises the freedom to customize network conﬁgurations, which cannot be done with public networks. With tailored conﬁgurations, enterprises can optimize network resource allocation to meet their speciﬁc needs.
5G innovation is transforming the way how enterprises grow their business. In the 5G era, with the inexorable trend of new services and applications continuously emerging, connectivity upgrade is only a matter of time. At the end of the day, enterprises that keep up their pace to implement 5G will truly be able to embrace increased eﬃciency, reduced costs, and improved customer experience, justifying the investment in private 5G deployment.
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