Transition from 4G to 5G Technology: High Speed Mobile Communication Perspectives
Since last two decades, one can find the tremendous evolution of cellular communication technologies straight from 2G Global System for Mobile communication to the currently going on standard that is 4G technologies such as WiMAX as well as Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. The major need for this kind of generation evolution is to gain more bandwidth with minimum amount of latency for the operations. Actually, the latency is mostly dependant over the data transfer speed in which the processing is carried out, while the throughput or efficiency deals with actual rate of data transfer. In the process of newer mobile technology development, many of the parameters such as actual output data performance, jitter problem, connectivity, BER in terms of interference, scalability, compatibility with existing network, etc. should be taken into notice. The forthcoming 5th generation cellular network design requires the consideration in the modification of modulation techniques, multiplexing techniques, channel estimation scenario, etc. to achieve the ultimate goal of higher capacity with utmost speed.