Mobile System for Customized and Ubiquitous Learning by 4G/5G

Karani K. P., Aithal P. S. (2015). Mobile System for Customized and Ubiquitous Learning by 4G.5G. International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, 5(7), 63-71.

9 Pages Posted: 15 May 2016 Last revised: 29 Jul 2017

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Krishna Prasad K

Srinivas University - College of Computer & Information Sciences

P. S. Aithal

Srinivas Institute of Management Studies

Date Written: July 10, 2015

Abstract

Mobile system effectively uses new mode of e-learning through smart mobile phones and wireless network with the ability of omnipresent learning. 4G/5G is introduced with the intention to provide customized and ubiquitous services in terms of faster communication, wider network spectrum and more flexible communications. In present traditional education system learners neither change the content of the curriculum or courses nor access latest information in customized form. The aim of this paper is to provide the Customized and Ubiquitous Knowledge to the learners through smart mobile phones. This paper mainly concentrates on video lecturing about multi disciplinary subjects through smart mobile phones, which uses the features of 4G/5G. The developed system is user-friendly and customized and can improve the electronic learning in a wide range. The system uses WiMax protocol and User profile, in order to access video lecturing and to know the requirements or user preferences multi disciplinary subjects respectively. This paper could play an active and supportive role for students, teachers and educational organization such as universities, schools and institutions which looks for proper m-learning system.

Keywords: 4G, 5G, WiMax, M-learning system, Ubiquitous

Suggested Citation

K, Krishna Prasad and Aithal, P. S., Mobile System for Customized and Ubiquitous Learning by 4G/5G (July 10, 2015). Karani K. P., Aithal P. S. (2015). Mobile System for Customized and Ubiquitous Learning by 4G.5G. International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, 5(7), 63-71.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2778947

Krishna Prasad K

Srinivas University - College of Computer & Information Sciences ( email )

Mangalore
India

P. S. Aithal (Contact Author)

Srinivas Institute of Management Studies ( email )

Srinivas Campus
Pandeshwar
Mangalore, Mangalore 575001
India
9343348392 (Phone)

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