Defining 4G technology from the users perspective

  title={Defining 4G technology from the users perspective},
  author={Simone Frattasi and Hanane Fathi and Frank H. P. Fitzek and Ramjee Prasad and Marcos D. Katz},
  journal={IEEE Network},
The ever-increasing growth of user demand, the limitations of the third generation of wireless mobile communication systems, and the emergence of new mobile broadband technologies on the market have brought researchers and industries to a thorough reflection on the fourth generation. Many prophetic visions have appeared in the literature presenting 4G as the ultimate boundary of wireless mobile communication without any limit to its potential, but in practical terms not giving any design rules… CONTINUE READING
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