5G Quiz

Many innovations in technology today are changing the way individuals and businesses operate and interact. In fact, our world looks extremely different from how it looked just ten years ago; gone are the days of chunky smartphones that struggle to load websites. In the 4G network age, most smartphones and mobile devices are much faster than the desktop computers that changed the world years ago. But many innovators and technology leaders have decided 4G is just not fast enough to do what they want it to do. Thus, they have developed and begun to implement the next generation of networks, aptly called 5G.

 

5G is the fifth generation of cellular networks, and with it comes the introduction of many business implications. The main features of 5G networks are faster network speeds, lower latency, and the ability to host more devices at once. This means more people can move more data more quickly. 5G networks have only been introduced to major cities in the United States, but businesses are already envisioning what can be done with this new technology. The decreased latency of 5G will be utilized in self-driving cars, as better response times will make these vehicles much safer. Another blooming industry that 5G networks will serve well is the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. The Internet of Things refers to smart devices working together to make our lives and businesses more efficient, but for this industry to succeed, it needs a network that can host all of these devices without sacrificing speed and performance. Thus, many innovators are hoping 5G can fill this need.

 

The main concern with 5G, though, is the “dangerous” wave frequencies it uses. Many fear 5G towers will emit harmful waves, but tech experts have insisted that these waves are just as harmless as the 4G waves we experience daily. So, if the death rays do not scare you, feel free to watch the video and answer the questions that go with it.

  • Question /

    What is currently the mobile network used around the world to make calls, send messages, and surf the web?

    • 3G
    • 4G
    • 5G
    • WiFi
  • Question /

    How much better is 5G capacity compare to 4G?

    • 2x
    • 50x
    • 100x
    • 200x
  • Question /

    5G will replace cables entirely?

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    Downloading a two-hour film on 3G would take around 26 hours, 4G 6 minutes, and 5G it will take roughly?

    • 3 Minutes
    • 1.5 Minutes
    • 7 Seconds
    • 3.5 Seconds
  • Question /

    What year do analysts say will we be able to use 5G?

    • 2019
    • 2020
    • 2021
    • 2022
  • Question /

    Experts predict by the year 2023, 49% of US mobile connections will be 5G.

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    Will 5G will be superior to 3G and 4G by 2025?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    What is 5G?

    • 5G is the fifth generation of cellular network technology.
    • 5G is the second generation of cellular network technology.
    • 5G is the eighth generation of cellular network technology.
    • 5G is the first generation of cellular network technology.
  • Question /

    What is network slicing?

    • the separation of multiple virtual networks that operate on the same physical hardware
    • the combined multiple virtual networks that operate on the same physical hardware
  • Question /

    Who will be the first carrier to launch 5G?

    • AT&T
    • Verizon
    • T-Mobile

Written by Joseph Crawley

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