ENHANCEMENT OF DATA MANAGEMENT IN BROADBAND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM USING MOBILITY MANAGEMENT MODEL
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With the development of communication networks towards broadband and mobility, optical fiber wireless communication system combines optical fiber communication and wireless communication. Convenient and flexible features meet people's demand for broadband. Early ROF technology was mainly devoted to providing high-frequency wireless services such as millimeter wave optical fiber transmission. This paper proposes enhancing data management in a broadband wireless communication system using a mobility management model. With the development and maturity of ROF technology, people began to study hybrid wired and wireless transmission networks, that is, simultaneously wired and Optical fiber wireless communication (ROF) systems providing wireless services. With the rapid development of radio communications, the scarcity of spectrum resources has become increasingly important. The proposed model explains, How to optimize spectrum utilization under the condition of limited wireless resources to alleviate the discrepancy between the supply and demand of spectrum resources has become a problem to be solved in the communication industry.

Authors
Nirmal Adhikari1, Nasmin Jiwani2, Ketan Gupta3
Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom1,3, University of The Cumberland’s, USA2

Keywords
Communication, Networks, Broadband, Mobility, Wireless, Fiber Optical, Spectrum
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ICTACT
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ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 13 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 2805 - 2809 )
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December 2022
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