Prospective of Fifth Generation Mobile Communications

  title={Prospective of Fifth Generation Mobile Communications},
  author={Anwar Mousa},
  journal={International Journal of Next-generation Networks},
  • A. Mousa
  • Published 30 September 2012
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Next-generation Networks
This paper explores future mobile systems with emphasis on re-configurability based on cognitive and software defined radios. 5G (Fifth Generation) network architecture consisting of reconfigurable multitechnology core and a single fully reconfigurable terminal able to autonomously operate in different heterogeneous access networks is proposed. The proposed network is enforced by nanotechnology, cloud computing and based on All IP Platform. The paper highlights 5G main development challenges… 

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