5G for every industry

There is a lot of talk about 5G, but what does this mean for you as a private or business customer. 5GDistributor.com offers you all the information you need to find out what added value the 5G network can offer you or your organization.

Not only at product level such as 5G routers, 5G mifi’s and 5G antennas, we also show various applications at industry level such as; 5G for home, office and 5G on the boat and in retail. From different brands, expertise and angles. This way you get the most value and the best results from complex technology.

Related 5G Products

Cradlepoint E3000 - 4G

Cradlepoint E3000-5GB

  • The router with built-in 5G
  • Firewall Throughput: 2 Gbps
  • WAN: 5G NR & Cat 20 LTE
  • LAN: Wi-Fi 6, GbE, SFP+
  • Management: NetCloud
Cradlepoint R1900 - 5G

Cradlepoint R1900

  • Ruggedized 5G vehicle router
  • Firewall throughput: 940 Mbps
  • WAN: 5G and LTE Cat 20
  • LAN: Wi-Fi 6, GbE, BT 5.1
  • Management: NetCloud
Peplink Max Transit 5G

Peplink MAX Transit 5G

  • Professional 5G router for vehicles
  • 1 dual-SIM 5G modem
  • Download speed up to 4 Gbps
  • WiFi standard 802.11ac
  • 1x Gigabit WAN, 1x Gigabit LAN

Peplink MAX HD2 MBX 5G

  • Powerful industrial 5G router
  • 2x built-in 5G modems
  • Download speed up to 4 Gbps
  • Dual band 802.11ac WiFi
  • 3x Gigabit WAN, 8x Gigabit LAN
Fritz!Box 6850 5G

Fritz!Box 6850 5G

  • 5G modem router
  • Multi-band: 3G, 4G and 5G
  • WiFi AC + WiFi N
  • VoLTE: Calling via 5G
  • 4 x Gigabit-LAN connections

Huawei 5G CPE Pro 2 H122-373

  • Mobile router
  • 5G of NSA/SA & 4G
  • Wi-Fi 6, compatible with 802.11ac/n/g/b/a
  • 1 WAN/LAN GE port


  • TCL 5G WiFi Router
  • Qualcomm SDX55
  • 5G download speed 2.8Gbp
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi
  • Supports up to 1000 connections


  • 5G router Home & Small Office
  • Multi-band: 3G, 4G and 5G
  • WiFi 6
  • MIMO 4×4
  • 2 x Gigabit-ports

The difference between 4G and 5G

What is the difference between 4G and 5G you wonder and what added value does the 5G network offer consumers, companies and government institutions? Are we going to realize even faster mobile data connections for our smartphones, tablets and laptops? Or can we use 5G technology to develop new applications and user cases for the health or car industry, such as self-driving cars?

The first difference between 4G and 5G is the fact that 5G uses different frequency bands. The European Union has determined that three frequency bands will be made available for commercial 5G applications, namely the 700Mhz, 3.5Ghz and 26Ghz frequencies. Some of these frequency bands are currently used for other applications, including radio links and satellite communications for government services, but from now on mobile networks can use these bands in combination to offer 5G services;

  • The 700Mhz frequency band has a large range.
  • The 3.5 Ghz frequency reaches a maximum of a few hundred meters
  • And the 26 Ghz frequency has a short range of a few meters.

The higher frequency bands of the 5G network can therefore bridge a short distance than the low 5G frequencies, but on the other hand offer (very) high capacity / speed for customers and a shorter response speed than 4G frequencies.

The second important difference between 4G and 5G is that 5G offers much more “customization possibilities”. Thanks to new functionalities such as ‘network slicing’ – which means virtually dividing the mobile network into several unique connections with different bandwidths – mobile operators can serve their customers much better, so that customer groups with different wishes can be served tailor-made. Think, for example, of government services with priority in the event of calamities or increasing mobile data speeds and capacity at events.

Finally, the final difference between 4G and 5G networks is that many more new developments, business cases, revenue models and commercial solutions and technologies regarding Internet of Things, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality will be realized with 5G technology. The (even more) interconnection of machines and devices will revolutionize home automation, transport, the energy sector and retail.

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5G is here!

The new generation 5G mobile networking is here!

What does this mean for developments worldwide? We will have even faster connections and see more customization!

The new 5G generation is ready! Various brands such as Cradlepoint, Huawei, Alcatel and OPPO are already on the market with 5G products. These devices are even faster and have the future in your hands.

Think of the higher frequency bands that 5G uses. The higher frequency bands of the 5G network offer very high capacity and speed for customers and a shorter response speed than the current 4G frequencies.

In addition, 5G responds much faster to an action than 4G. In self-driving cars, this can be the difference between colliding and dodging.

A 4G network throws data in all directions, a 5G network transmits separate bundles in a targeted manner. As a result, many more separate devices can use the internet quickly in one place. This allows customer groups to be served separately.

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What can you do with 5G?

The 5G network offers more bandwidth, speed, capacity and customization options compared to the 4G networks. These advantages offer countless opportunities for innovation. Some examples of 5G applications;

5G for cars

By installing 5G networks on and/or around roads, smart cars can be connected to a 5G network; vehicle to network. Cars communicate with each other – decentralized or via a government platform – and coordinate behavior with each other. Traffic lights are also connected to maximize throughput.

Vehicle-to-pedestrians refers to the communication between cars and people. In an emergency, for example, an ambulance can alert a cyclist or pedestrian that they are approaching.


Smart City

Internet of Things (IoT) applications in urban areas make life easier. Lampposts that broadcast WiFi, smart garbage cans with sensors that indicate when it is full, coordinated traffic lights so that public services are on site earlier and automating public transport are concrete possibilities.

5G connectivity

It is expected that the roll-out of the 5G mobile network will replace a substantial part of the fixed internet network, certainly in areas that are already too expensive to be glazed, in rural areas or in large new construction projects.

Consumers and companies will also increasingly choose to switch to ‘5G at home’ instead of purchasing a fiber optic or VDSL connection from the provider. This can be easily done by using 5G routers for the home, 5G routers for the office and 5G routers for business and M2M/IoT applications.


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