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5G Applications in Heterogeneous Network Issues and Challenges

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.9, No. 9)

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Page : 94-102

Keywords : 5G; Virtualization; Heterogeneous; QoS;

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This paper x rays an overall overview of 5G mobile communication technology and its application in a heterogeneous network. 5G (5 th generation of mobile network technology) is a trade of from 4GLTE, it has better and improved performance matrix ranging from, high capacity, network segmentation and slicing, low data rate and latency, maximum throughput and network virtualization. From the evolution of 1G to 5G several advancement in technology has been recorded in mobile communication technology. With the rapid change and advancement in technology over the years human/manual intervention in communication has reduced, thus creating functionality for systems to be more specialized and intelligent. This paper also discusses in-depth 5G architecture, its ionizing effect, spectrum band in the Electromagnetic spectrum and 5G enabled-devices. 5G is a mobile and wireless communications technology that has been developed to meet the ever growing need for improved standard of living, ease of work & play, global village connectivity, and smart things connected to their owners-YOU. 5G communication technology is for the good of humanity, as with all previous generations of communication systems like 4G, 3G, 2G, 1G, and POTS (old telephone wires, booths, and desk phones used in offices and homes). The world is better with 5G, embrace it and enjoy the reality of being in control of your domain with the Internet of Things, Smart City, and Virtual/Augmented Reality. 5G networks n support a wide range of applications such as smart home, autonomous driving, drone operations, health and mission critical applications, Industrial IoT (IIoT), and entertainment and multimedia. Based on end users' experience, several 5G services are categorized into immersive 5G services, intelligent 5G services, omnipresent 5G services, autonomous 5G services, and public 5G services

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