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The G stands for generation. It's ultimately an arbitrary classification. I think there is supposed to be some criteria for qualification but the companies don't care.

So a company could make 6G just for marketing purposes and have it only be like 2-3% better? I see no reason then, why 5g isnt possible in the next year.
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i know 2020 isn't for a while...let's say 5G has widespread adoption by 2025

so...what do we need 5G for? streaming flawless 8K videos?

seems like just another way to say 'we've added many more multimillion dollar radios...now fork over another 30% in monthly bill'
Edited by twitchyzero - 3/17/14 at 10:41pm
     
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4G will be covering Finland in 2023 and 5G in 2062.

3G now according to operators: it works everywhere!
In reality: couple operators available in major cities/towns, a single operator covering the countryside on their own specific "region", nobody covering the north.

4G now according to operators: mega speeds in every city!
In reality: if you live within 100 meters of a communications mast in Helsinki on a rooftop it might or might not work, depending on the weather and your antenna's angle. Also on what mood you're in and what you have eaten the day before.

Edited it a bit.
Edited by infernoRS - 3/18/14 at 2:03am
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post #34 of 37
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So a company could make 6G just for marketing purposes and have it only be like 2-3% better? I see no reason then, why 5g isnt possible in the next year.

The same reason Sony and Microsoft aren't releasing brand new next gen consoles in 2 years time. Technically, they can do that and claim "it's the next generation of gaming" when the consoles would only be 2-3% better than the PS4/Xbone. People would eventually stop adapting if they do that. The mobile phone operators are waiting until better technology is affordable before they released "6G" to the public. They are probably testing "6G" technologies now and making sure it's stable before they release it to the public.
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Taken from Verizon's website. LTE is prety much covered here in US.To bad the prices are rediculous for data. Thankfully I keep track and have yet to go over 4gb. 90% of users generally won't go over 2gb anyway. Speeds are pretty nice too. I have a speedtest of 55 down and 7 up with hotspot rolling loaded up. IMO you don't really need more than that.
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Att doesn't even allow you to view to whole US coverage map of only LTE.

sprint is hard to see without zooming in because they overlap it. My cousin has Sprint and he hates it. No coverage for 4g. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

T-mobile has no color key to know what ur actually looking at. Though they have some nice speeds and have seen several speedtests.

But this is for Europe tongue.gif The UK barely has 4G, only really available in a few cities I think.
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post #36 of 37
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But this is for Europe tongue.gif The UK barely has 4G, only really available in a few cities I think.

Actually AFAIK, EE covers 60% of the UK.
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qam , lots of qam..

256 vs 64 i believe. I still don't know how they expect to get that in normal situations though.
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The same reason Sony and Microsoft aren't releasing brand new next gen consoles in 2 years time. Technically, they can do that and claim "it's the next generation of gaming" when the consoles would only be 2-3% better than the PS4/Xbone. People would eventually stop adapting if they do that. The mobile phone operators are waiting until better technology is affordable before they released "6G" to the public. They are probably testing "6G" technologies now and making sure it's stable before they release it to the public.

Actually its because they lose money per console sold. They make their money off the games and services. SO, if they came out with a new system in 2 years time, they would have lost money. If they also get into the habit of releasing a console every 2 years, some people will wait before buying the next new console, and more likely switch to PC anyways.

But without standards, Sprint can come out with 5G, and then a few months later, Verizon can come out with 6G and no one could say anything. Verison could then say they are the only ones with 6G wireless internet and rub that in everyone face. You see lots of commercials saying that their company has more 4G coverage than ______ who uses LTE, and they can do so because LTE is not technically 4G. There was lots of controversy between what can be classified as what, LTE isnt really 4G per standards sake, but its close. Whats funny is that they can not list themselves as 4G. If you look at a cellphone thats using LTE, it must say LTE and not 4G. So, back to the point. As for generation, standards must be set in order to define the limits for groups of companies to compete for.

If 5G had no definition, how can we define the difference between services. Then it goes back to _____ carrier has speeds up to _____ , which then brings up the question of whats the point of even saying something is 5G.
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