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4G- A NEW ERA IN WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATION

@inproceedings{Gupta20094GAN,
  title={4G- A NEW ERA IN WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATION},
  author={Piyush Kumar Gupta and Priyadarshan N. Patil},
  year={2009}
}
4G – “connect anytime, anywhere, anyhow” promising ubiquitous network access at high speed to the end users, has been a topic of great interest especially for the wireless telecom industry. 4G seems to be the solution for the growing user requirements of wireless broadband access and the limitations of the existing wireless communication system. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the different aspects of 4G which includes its features, its proposed architecture and key… 

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