Current and Future Trends In Wireless Mobile Communication Systems

  title={Current and Future Trends In Wireless Mobile Communication Systems},
  author={Nenavath Ravikumar},
  • N. Ravikumar
  • Published 14 April 2015
  • Business, Computer Science
Since from the last few years research technology will open a new era in mobile communication systems, the technology goes soft and simple for the people to use multiple functions with a single smart device. One of the best examples is the wireless mobile communications. The evolutions of mobile communications are rapidly changing from 1G to 5G. Is the communication systems has been a shift from landline to cellular mobile telephony, resulting in Network architecture Planning and Optimization… 

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