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You may not want a 5G cell phone today, but your ideas will soon change. This is because networks and equipment (currently limited) will be overloaded by 2020.

5G is touted as a game-changing technology that can significantly improve the speed and coverage of wireless networks. It runs 10 to 100 times faster than the current average 4G mobile phone connection speed. It's faster than anything you get from your home's physical fibre optic cable. The delay, the time interval between the ping signal of the mobile phone and the network response, is faster than that provided by Wi-Fi.

Although 5G is real, some of the promises are still hype.

Next generation networks have finally emerged in the United States and other countries around the world, but they are not perfect. At present, the biggest disadvantage of 5G is that it covers relatively few cities, and its price is expensive and equipment is limited. If you buy a 5G phone now, it will never be able to access AT&T and T-Mobile's broader 5G network. 4G connection speed is also close to the early 5G speed.

But there is good news ahead. 5G is expanding rapidly to new locations, and operators are preparing to open wider networks. When a new modem comes on the market later this year, it will solve many of the biggest problems of today's 5G devices. There may be more mobile phones on the market, and prices will eventually fall.

By 2022, 5G coverage will be wider (although some remote areas may not be covered). Moreover, because you hold your cell phone longer (three years instead of two years on average), when it becomes mainstream, you want a cell phone that can access ultra-high-speed networks.

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Wayne Lam, an analyst at IHS Markit, said: "Like any first-generation technology, first-generation equipment is very expensive... Only a small number of people subscribe to these networks." But he predicts that 5G could become the mass market as early as next year, especially if Apple launches the 5G iPhone.

Intelligent garbage monitoring system is a highly advanced system, which helps to keep the town clean. The system can monitor the waste conveniently and inform the weight and level of the waste collected in the waste container through the web page. In addition, the intelligent garbage monitoring system can also display the formation status of toxic gases in waste containers.

The intelligent garbage monitoring system uses ultrasonic sensors to detect the garbage level and compares it with the depth level of garbage containers. The system mainly uses global mobile communication (GSM) modem system, organic light emitting diode (OLED) screen, advanced virtual reduction (AVR) instruction set MCU for data transmission and signal processing. The system is widely used in residential, commercial and industrial applications, in addition to colleges and universities.

Established in 1989 and headquartered in the United States, Yijia Systems Co., Ltd. is one of the leading manufacturers of container filling and control systems in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. The company provides Internet of Things-based monitoring and security solutions for manufacturers, retailers, hospitals and waste management industries.

Established in 2011, Ecuador Laboratory Co., Ltd. is located in Korea, focusing on waste management and logistics solutions based on the Internet of Things, and providing solutions in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. The company provides ultrasonic filling level sensors, predictive analysis platform, fleet management solutions, data analysis cloud platform, solar waste compression tank.

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Mobile Internet of Things (IOT) refers to the low power wide area (LPWA) management of the Internet of Things (IOT) network within the authorized spectrum. LTE-M and NB-IoT networks have been standardized by the Third Generation Partnership Program (3GPP) and classified as the Mobile Internet of Things by the mobile industry. "The availability of the global mobile Internet of Things is growing at an unprecedented rate," said GSMA. In addition, GSMA announced that mobile Internet of Things coverage in the world's largest Internet of Things market is expected to reach about 93% by the second quarter of 2019.

GeoTraq's new mobile Internet of Things module will provide many of the same core functions as GeoTraq's original GSM module. Small size, low power consumption, long battery life and global connectivity remain the cornerstones of GeoTraq technology. GeoTraq module is designed in an independent form, eliminating the trouble and cost of designing and constructing printed circuit boards for installation. The GeoTraq module is plug-and-play and can easily connect antennas, batteries and sensors required.

GeoTraq is using Sequans Monarch SiP, a globally optimized Sequans LTE-M/NB-IoT chip that combines Skyworks'universal radio front-end. Monarch uses PoLTE technology and uses only LTE wireless network to achieve accurate indoor and outdoor positioning without GPS or GNSS. Monarch provides global coverage and is certified by global operators.

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