4G is simply a faster and high-speed network that allows users to access broadband style speeds when they are away from your Wi-Fi. 5G, on the other hand, is a new kind of network for innovations that will not only enhances today’s mobile broadband services but will also expand mobile networks to support a vast diversity of devices and services. 5g also connects new industries with improved performance, efficiency, and reduced costs of streaming. 5G low-band offers a similar capacity to advanced 4G in a variety of countries in the world.
The performance of 5G is its speed because the fastest 5G, known as mm-Wave, delivers speeds of up to and over 2Gbps. This network is much faster than 4g’s top speed but they both provide more abundant bandwidth over a shorter range and hence greater frequency reusability. new radio spectrums such as 5G new radio frequency bands have been allocated to 5G to enable its increased throughput when compared with 4G. Cellular network bonding system combines several 4G/5G/LTE modems into a single, robust Internet connection for deploying live video.
Firstly, the 4G/5G cellular network is making streaming easier because it is portable. This offers extreme flexibility for seamless integration with existing workflows, reducing setup times on live event productions and remote locations. Secondly, the combination of several network connections allows broadcasters to strengthen their videos by sending traffic over multiple routes, repackaging at the destination with rock-solid dependability.
Lastly, costs for bandwidth can be thousands of dollars, making live streaming high-quality video a bit of a challenge. Despite that, you have to worry about how stable the connection will be in that muddle of a venue with other users on the same line. It’s like setting up your whole system and then having to roll a dice that might work or it might ruin your & your clients’ show.