Core Access Hybridization in 5G

by   Sudhir K. Routray, et al.

The fifth generation (5G) cellular communication system will have several advanced features, majority of which will come into existence for the first time. According to the ITU recommendations, 5G will provide minimum 3 GB/s end to end data rates under the static conditions and in the mobile condition the minimum data rate is 100 Mb/s. The latency will be brought down to 1 ms and the device densities will increase by many folds. These features cannot be provided in the pure wireless domain. Certainly, the support of the optical networks is essential to provide these advanced features in 5G communication. These features need special architectures. In this article, we provide advanced optical wireless hybrid architectures for 5G networks. We explain the importance of this architecture and also show the nodal configuration of these hybrid networks.


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