Changing Perspectives of Mobile Information Communication Technologies towards Customized and Secured Services through 5G & 6G
International Journal of Engineering Research and Modern Education (IJERME), Vol. 1(2), p. 210-224, 2016
15 Pages Posted: 12 Dec 2016
Date Written: December 10, 2016
The developments in Information Communication Technology (ICT) made the interpersonal and intra-computer communications ideal in terms of distance and time and made online-ubiquitous communication a reality. Advents in electronic communication technology with an affinity of enhancing the bandwidth and speed through wireless channel supported in development of 3G technologies and further advents in data mining, online analytical techniques further supported in customization of services to the user through 4G technologies at further high speed. In this paper, we discuss the changing perspectives of 4G, 5G and further anticipated 6G wireless technologies. The 4G technology allows downloading speed of 100Mbps and features such as Multi-Media Newspapers, T.V. programs with the clarity as to that of an ordinary T.V. The demand of higher security and authentication of users for secured transaction of financial data demanded further development in ICT through 5G technologies. 5G technology also provides inter-working between different technologies like LTE, bluetooth, WiFi, LoWPan and others, to cross layer design in wireless technology. 5G is not a simple evolution of 4G technology and is overall wireless solution and expected to be implemented between 2020 and 2030. This paper also contains the information and discussion on what is the possible 6G in mobile information communication technology? What are its features, functions, benefits and time-scale? Which are the new technologies will support the development of this most anticipated technology which is going to revolutionize the society as most developed civilian society.
Keywords: Advents in Communication Technology, 4G Mobile Technology, 5G Mobile Technology, 6G Mobile Technology
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