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MANOHARBHAI PATEL

INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
AND

TECHNOLOGY, GONDIA

DEPARTMENTS OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION

SEMINAR ON
5G TECHNOLOGY

GUIDED BY
PROF. RICHA
SHARMA

PRESENTED BY
NIKHITA P. RAHULKAR

CONTENTS
1.INTRODUCTION
2.Evolution From 1G-5G Networks
3.What is 5G technology?
4.Basic Architecture of 5G
5.Design of 5G Mobile Technology
6.Benefits of 5G Technology
7.Application of 5G Technology
8.Conclusion
9.Reference

Introduction
Stands for 5th Generation Mobile
technology.
Next major phase of mobile
telecommunication standard
It would ideally answer the
challenges that a 4G model would
present.
5G Technology will change the way
by which users access their mobile
phones.

Evolution from 1G To 5G
Networks.

1G
2G
3G
4G

Mobile
Mobile
Mobile
Mobile

Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology

1G Mobile Technology
Analog voice-only cellular telephone standard.
1G networks use analog signals.
Voice itself during a call is only modulated to
higher frequency(150 MHz).
Speed of 1st generation of analog cell phones is
up to 2.4kbps.
Allows users to make voice calls in 1 country.
1G standards
NMT (Nordic Mobile Telephone)
AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone System)

2G mobile Technology
Commercially launched on the GSM standard in
Finland (1991).
2G network allows for much greater penetration
intensity.
Provide the services such as text messages,
picture messages and MMS.
Text messages are digitally encrypted.
2G uses either time division multiple access
(TDMA) or code division multiple access (CDMA).
GSM technology help to establish international
roaming.
Speeds up to 64kbps

3G Mobile Technology
Make use of TDMA and CDMA
The spectral efficiency of 3G technology is
better than 2G technologies
Transmission speeds from 125kbps to 2Mbps.
Data are sent through technology called packet
switching .
High clarity in Voice calls.
Applications: Mobile T.V, Video Conferencing,
Video Calls, MMS, 3D gaming, Multi-Gaming

4G mobile Technology
4G should be able to provided very smooth
global roaming with 4G Mobile Phone.
It offer both cellular and broadband multimedia
services everywhere

What is 5G technology ?
Stands for 5th Generation Mobile technology.
Wearable devices with AI capabilities.
One unified global standard.
ubiquitous computing: user can simultaneously
be connected to several wireless access
technologies
The advanced billing interfaces of 5G technology
makes it more attractive and effective.
5G technology is providing large broadcasting of
data in Gigabit which supporting almost 65,000
connections.

Basic Architecture of
5G

Design of 5G Mobile
Technology

Important points to Remember Architecture of 5G mobile


Technology

Fig shows Network Architecture for 5G


Which is all IP based Model for wireless and
mobile Network interpretability.
System uses a terminal And number of
independent Access technologies.
Each of the radio access Technologies seen as the
IP link to the outside internet world
There should be different radio interface for each
Radio Access Technology(RAT) in the mobile
terminal.

Benefits of 5G
Technology
High
speed, high capacity, and low cost per bit.
Support interactive multimedia, voice, streaming
video, Internet, and other broadband services.
The high quality services of 5G technology based
on Policy to avoid error.
Providing large broadcasting of data in Gigabit
which supporting almost 65,000 connections.
5G technology offer transporter class gateway
with unparalleled consistency.

Applications of 5G
Technology
Global networks.
Wearable devices with AI(Artificial intelligence)
capabilities.
Media independent handover.
Radio resource management.
VoIP(Voice over IP)enabled devices With 6th sense
technology.

CONCLUSION
5G IS THE BEST MOBILE TECHNOLOGY FOR
DATA TRANSFER AND CALLING PURPOSE.
5G WOULD INTRODUCE ARTIFICIAL
INTELLIGENCE TO MOBILE
TELECOMMUNICATION.

Reference
1. Suvarna Patil, Vipin Patil A Review on 5g Technology,
International Journal of Engineering and Innovative
Technology (IJEIT).
2. Saurabh Patel, Malhar Chauhan, Kinjal Kapadiya 5G:
Future Mobile Technology vision 2020, International
Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA).
3. Aleksandar Tudzarov, Functional Architecture for 5G
Mobile Network, International Journal of Advanced
science and Technology(IJAST).
4. Imthiyaz Ali, The 5G Nanocore
5. Akhilesh Kumar Pachauri, Ompal Singh, 5G
Technology: Redefining Wireless Communication in
Upcoming Years

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