ELIMINATE THE INTERFERENCE IN 5G ULTRA-WIDE BAND COMMUNICATION ANTENNAS IN CLOUD COMPUTING NETWORKS

Abstract
In this era of technology, every day we see a new change in new development. It is truly astonishing the impressive speed we are seeing, especially in communication technology. This is where 5G comes into play. Transmission stations carry a small amount of transmitted coded signal. Especially when setting up antennas, use them. However, classical versions are based on inductive communication via a measured oscillating circuit. In most cases their small impulses do not allow sufficient contact with antenna elements, for example, with a wire frame. As a result, the indication of the frequency of the element becomes unclear, which leads to significant measurement errors. In this paper, a smart construction of 5G ultra-wide band communication antennas is designed to eliminate the interferences in cloud computing networks. The proposed design simply solved this problem by making a simple special girder to construct its “double square” elements. In a cut-off signal level, the proposed UWBCA design achieved 97.70% of peak data rate, 96.61% of antenna latency, 94.81% of antenna capacity, 96.33% of spectral efficiency and 94.99% of connection density. This proposed design increases its constructive efficiency and contact area from the classic types and prevents interference.

Authors
G. Ramesh1,J. Logeshwaran2,V. Aravindarajan3,Feny Thachil4
K.L.N. College of Engineering, India1,3,Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, India2,SPC Free Zone, Sharjah4

Keywords
Communication Technology, 5G, Transmission Stations, Coded Signal, Antennas, Inductive Communication, Oscillating Circuit, Ultra-Wide Band, Cloud Computing
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics
( Volume: 8 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
July 2022
DOI :

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