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5G Technology
The 5G technology is a wireless 5th generation of technology that works on faster broadband and network speeds in terms of both upload and download speeds.The 5G technology includes 5G bands. 5G Bands are basically different sets of radio frequency waves that provide different levels of radio frequencies and ranges to your device.
There are three types of 5G Wave:
5G Millimetre Wave
These are the radio waves that provide superfast download and upload speeds, reduce the buffer time, and reduce the latency in the opening of random websites and applications. You can also watch the videos without any lag whatsoever. However, the only caveat here is that the network signals get affected by the obtrusive furniture or any wall or a building in between. This limits the speed of 5G., due to the limited range of radio frequency. The average speed of Millimetre Wave is around 24Ghz to 100Ghz. Therefore, the complete implementation of 5G isn't possible due to the reasons mentioned above.
Sub-6Ghz 5G:
These radio waves travel at a huge distance and deliver speeds from 3.4Ghz to 6Ghz on average. These are pretty decent speeds. The only caveat here could be that due to the long-distance traveling speeds, the latency can increase in the network as well.
Sub-6Ghz 5G:
Low band 5G
This radio wave produces slower speeds than Sub-6Ghz 5G and MM Wave. These waves are almost equivalent to the 4G speeds, however, can be a little bit more than 4G, but less than the mid-band and higher band frequencies of 5G.

There are a number of 5G bands integrated into your smartphones for better receiving of 5G radio frequencies and waves. Apart from that laptops and PC's have a 5G modem attached to them for better 5G signals for fast download and upload speeds with low latency in switching tabs and faster overall performance of your internet.

5G in IoT devices:

Many smart cities around the world these days are implementing intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to handle vehicle congestion on the streets and manage route emergency services with smart traffic management.

Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) technology is a new type of technology that could help in the future in vehicle-to-vehicle communications, which in turn will help in detecting the movement of vehicles for the implementation of vehicle safety.

A quick synchronization of wearables and headsets can be done with the help of Bluetooth 5.0, 5.1, and 5.2 (compatible with 5G bands) paired with smartphones for intereoperobility in both devices. In another word, wherever you left your conversation through mobile, you can pick up from there and quickly converse with anyone with just a click of a button.

In the end, I would like to conclude that 5G technology has not only improved the network speeds in portable devices, however, they have also increased the network and processing speeds in 5G enabled machines, and if they have the 5G modem inbuilt they have an increased processing capacity to render your most tasks.