A virtual analysis on Millimeter Wave Communication for 5G Technology

  • S. Kuzhaloli,


5G network is a combination of 4G and WWWW using CDMA multiplexing. This implementation supports cloud based management and hence provides a wide range of spectrum The range of frequencies assigned ranges from 700MHz to 6 GHz. The basic requirements and challenges in 5G networks are discussed in this paper. The major concepts of 5G network is integrated into an architecture which includes MIMO systems, D2D communications, IoT, IoV, Big Data, Software Defined Radio and Millimeter Wave communication.  Considering the effective usage of bandwidth and signal strength, Millimeter Wave (mmW) communication plays a important role. In this communication extremely small cells are considered, which decreases the attenuation with the use more directive antennas to compensate for the higher attenuations. Simulation is carried out with the help of 5G mmW Simulator known as NYSIM to model channels from 2 to 73 GHz that is suitable in 3GPP and the graphical user interface (GUI) of the 5G mmW Simulator. Simulation for different active elements for the transmitting and receiving antennas is  be carried out to understand and analyze the signal strength to compensate for higher attenuation.