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4G Wireless Networks: Opportunities and Challenges

@article{Gobjuka20094GWN,
  title={4G Wireless Networks: Opportunities and Challenges},
  author={Hassan Gobjuka},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0907.2929}
}
With the major wireless service providers planning to start deployment of 4G wireless networks by mid 2010, research and industry communities are racing against time to find solutions for some of the prominent still open issues in 4G networks. The growing interest in 4G networks is driven by the set of new services will be made available for the first time such as accessing the Internet anytime from anywhere, global roaming, and wider support for multimedia applications. In this paper describe… 
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