Fifth Generation Projects

    Fifth Generation Projects are develop for students those are interest in the fields of communication and networking. A Fifth generation of communication aims to minimize the problem of Peak to Average Power Ratio (PAPR) and enhance spectral efficiency. In recent study of Fifth Generation Projects, this PAPR is mainly focus.

The reduction of PAPR is achieve by using the following methodologies,

  • Bayesian Approach
  • Hierarchical Truncated Gaussian Mixture Prior Model
  • Sub-Band Pre-Distortion
  • Selective tone reservation
  • Modified Square rooting Companding Technique
  • Discrete Sine Transform Precoding Technique with Law Nonlinear Companding Technique
  • Clipping and filtering methods
  • Absolute Exponential Companding
  • Partial Transmit Sequence
  • Selected Mapping
  • Peak windowing
  • Spectral mask filling
  • Polynomial based compressing and iterative expanding
  • Dispersive Selected Mapping technique
  • Active constellation extension and hadamard transform
  • Linear precoding technique
  • Symbol – by – symbol approach

   Using the above mentioned techniques PAPR in fifth generation has also mitigated, our skilled team members are capable to provide enhancements in those techniques. Fifth-Generation-Projects can also developed in Ns3, OMNeT++, MATLAB and others. Many network simulators are supported also for fifth generation features and characteristics. Take a step ahead towards our team, to achieve your victory.

Topics on Fifth Generation Projects are summarized in the following,

  • An effective mechanism for Parasitic Layer-Based on Radiation Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna used also for 5G Communications
  • An innovative outline of Millimeter Wave Communications designed also for Fifth-Generation (5G) Wireless Networks based on with a Focus in Propagation Models [Fifth-Generation-Projects]
  • A ground breaking mechanism also for Near-Field User Exposure into Forthcoming 5G Scenarios in 60 GHz Band system
  • An inventive system of Antenna-in-Package plan Considerations used also for Ka-Band in 5G Communication Applications
  • The design process of Millimeter-Wave MultiBeam Aperture-Coupled Magnetoelectric Dipole Array also by Planar Substrate Integrated Beamforming Network for 5G Applications
  • A new practice of Substrate-Integrated-Waveguide-Fed Array Antenna Covering 57–71 GHz Band also for 5G Applications
  • An innovative function based on Impact of Microwave and also mmWave Channel Models on 5G Systems Performance
  • A fresh process of Low-Cost Wideband mm-Wave Phased Array via Piezoelectric Transducer also for 5G Applications
  • A designing function of Statistical Investigation of User Effects based on Mobile Terminal Antennas used also for 5G Applications
  • An effective mechanism for Optically Upconverted and Spatially Coherent Phased-Array-Antenna Feed Networks intended also for Beam-Space MIMO in 5G Cellular Communications
  • A new function of Map-Based on Channel Model meant also for appraisal of 5G Wireless Communication Systems
  • An inventive process of Transitional Millimeter Wave Propagation, Local Area and Small-Scale also for 5G Communications system
  • An innovative system also based on Power Density Measurements at 15 GHz for RF EMF Compliance Assessments of 5G User Equipment
  • A competent function of Compact Tapered Slot Antenna Array designed also for 5G Millimeter-Wave Massive MIMO Systems [Fifth- Generation-Projects]
  • A fresh process of High-Gain Printed Log-Periodic Dipole Array Antenna by Parasitic Cell used also for 5G Communication