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Fifth generation mobile communication technologies (5G). Countdown to the world 5G. So what happens? The world has been witnessing the expansion of 4G technologies over the past few years, but service providers have already begun working on 5G. The time we spent on switching from 2G to 3G was much more spent on 3G to 4G. The transition from 4G to 5G is expected to happen in a shorter time. The main criterion here is the needs of users. As mobile users demand more data, more speed, mobile networks are inadequate, and operators are starting to work faster, with higher-capacity technologies. At the end of this process, 5G is getting closer to our lives. So what do these G's mean? The letter G in the name of 5G comes from the word "Generation" in English and symbolizes wireless / mobile communication technology. These generations are determined by the speed of data that can be transmitted wirelessly. Each generation also has its own structural differences and data processing methods. However, it is also a necessity for each generation to recognize and run the structure of the previous generation. 1G had an analog cellular structure. 2G technology brought CDMA, GSM and TDMA technologies. They were also the first digital cellular technologies. Thanks to GSM technology, we have witnessed that mobile phones are small enough for everyone to get into their pockets. 3G technologies were a revolution in data communication speed. Thanks to the EVDO HSPA and UMTS, data communication from 200 kbpshuz to one megabits per second was possible. Thus, we were able to make video calls through our phones, wandering the web faster, accessing YouTube from our mobile device and watching videos conveniently.

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