IMPROVING THE REQUIREMENTS BASED BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION IN 5G POINT TO POINT NETWORKS
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In General, the 5G is a fifth-generation technology that works at speeds of 4G to 100 times the network speed. The main objective of introducing modern information technologies is to facilitate and facilitate access to public services. The use of new technologies is a key factor in improving the overall structure of public administration and increasing its efficiency. In addition, it is important to improve the infrastructure of all types of communications. The telecom operators are often willing to invest more in infrastructure development. In this paper, a new model was proposed to enhance the bandwidth allocation and utilization. It is a requirements-based network that allows the users to increase the speed of wireless networks. This proposed method also increases the amount of data that can be transmitted over wireless networks.

Authors
Jagannath Jadhav1, L.P. Sajitha2, M.P. Haripriya3, Mohammad Shahnawaz Shaikh4
K.L.E. College of Engineering and Technology India1, R.M.K Engineering College, India2, Kristu Jayanti College, India3, G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering, India4

Keywords
5G, Telecom Operators, Bandwidth, Wireless Networks
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 13 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 2810 - 2814 )
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December 2022
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