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5G Technology and Their Challenges

Gunjan Bansal, Amit Kumar Jain, Tarun Mishra



The purpose of this document is to examine in detail the technologies used to revolutionize and connect the world with various technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and the MIMO system. The basic idea of this document is to face the challenges of 5G technology. 5G is not an authorized term for any detail or particular file used by broadcasters or institutional bodies, such as media companies WiMAX Forum, 3GPP or ITU-R. The new 3GPP standard downloads beyond LTE and 4G advanced, which are in process, but they are not observed as a multifaceted era. The implementation of policies within a 5G cap would almost certainly occur around 2020. 5G technology means 5th generation mobile telecommunication. The user has never experienced the technology of such high value. The primary goal of the fifth era remote system (5G) is to build up the best system in the world beyond the restrictions and blunders of past ages. The 5G innovation has changed the use of mobile phones with an exceptionally high transmission capacity. The innovations of 5G incorporate all kinds of innovative aspects, making 5G innovation the most dominant and sought after in the near future.

Keywords: Internet of things, MIMO system, 5G technology, challenges

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Gunjan Bansal, Amit Kumar Jain, Tarun Mishra. 5G Technology and Their Challenges. Journal of Advanced Database Management & Systems. 2019; 6(2): 1–7p.

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