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17 April, 2019 01:40:55 AM
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3 phases for implementing 5G in Bangladesh

Govt asked to ensure policy support
TAREQUE MORETAZA, DHAKA
3 phases for implementing 
5G in Bangladesh

5G can be implemented in Bangladesh in 3 phases and government would have to ensure policy support for this, the infrastructure supporting organisations have said.

     After launch of 4G service, government has planned to rollout the 5th generation (5G) service by 2020 in Bangladesh to get better connectivity with the capacity of a high volume of data.

Posts Telecommunications and ICT Minister Mustafa Jubbar said, “We are ready to provide all kinds of policy support but the mobile phone operators will have to ensure quality of services.”

The infrastructure and supplier company Huawei advised to implement 5G service in Bangladesh in 3 phases. From 2020 to

2021, 4G and 5G will be home broadband (HBB) in 50 per cent of the city’s high-value area. During that time, the download speed will be 100 Mbps and uplink 5mbps.

Bangladesh will enjoy enterprise internet access system from 2022 to 2002 in the second phase. In this period, the high traffic areas of the internet will be affordable for 5G-enabled handsets. The download speed will be 300 MBps, upload will be 50 Mbps.

The third step would be taken in 2025. In that phase, the ecosystem will come under broadband, ensuring 100 Mbps coverage everywhere. The download speed will be 10 GB, payload 100 Mbps.

5G networks have arrived and this next generation of wireless is being powered by a new technology known as millimetre wave (mmWave). According to GSMA, mmWave 5G will not only provide consumers ultra-fast mobile broadband services, including immersive entertainment, but will also stimulate a host of applications that will enable citizens and businesses to do tomorrow what they cannot do today. These innovations include enhanced remote healthcare and education, industrial automation, virtual and augmented reality and many others.

In healthcare, improved telemedicine, including tactile internet capabilities, better preventive medicine that uses always-on remote sensors and wearables, and remote surgery and ‘smart’ instruments will be made possible because of the speed and latency capabilities enabled by the mmWave spectrum.

Next-generation robots, remote object manipulation (controlling machines with precision at distances), drones and other real-time control applications in digitised industrial centres are expected to increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve safety as well as lead to innovations in products and processes.

In autonomous transport, mmWave 5G will enable driverless vehicles to continuously communicate with each other, the cloud, and the physical environment to create highly efficient public transport networks.

These and many other innovative use cases are expected to deliver 25 per cent of the overall value created by 5G in the future.

EA

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Editorial, News & Commercial Offices : Beximco Media Complex, 149-150 Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh. GPO Box No. 934, Dhaka-1000.

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