5G is the fifth generation wireless technology for digital cellular networks. It began with wide deployment in 2019. As with previous standards, the covered areas are divided into regions called cells. They are serviced by individual antennas.
Like other cellular networks, 5G networks use a system of cell sites that divide their territory into sectors and second encoded data through radio waves. Each cell must be connected to a network backbone.
While 5G will bring faster cellular networks, there are also caveats. Many consumers have voiced the concern of potential health hazards. 5G uses higher energy millimeter-wave radiation. The ionizing radiation is dangerous and it can break chemical bonds.
So far, countries like Japan, New Zealand, and Australia have banned the use of 5G technology. Some world power countries remain undecided. This video tries to explain all the potential dangers of 5G.
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