Obstacles, Solutions and Applications for the Development of Modern Wireless Networks


This study describes 5G, the latest wireless technology that is currently under development. It will ensure increased bandwidth as well as newer and higher quality antennas. 5G is actually about further developing 4G/LTE. Due to the rapidly growing number of network devices, the current LTE technology will soon be unsatisfactory in terms of quality of service (QoS), therefore a new concept is needed.

The solution to this problem depends on the quality and complexity of the antennas, as well as traffic management. The planned Fifth Generation Network focuses on these issues to provide more accessible, faster, and more reliable services. The new technology will offer a lot of opportunities for IoT compatible devices such as self-driving vehicles or those used in healthcare. In our opinion we will soon achieve a world of unlimited Internet access.

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