Emerging 5G Wireless

Network and Deployment Challenges

 

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By Singampalli Shiva Krishna Chandra Shekher

SKEMA Business School

Paris or Lille, France

 


 

ABSTRACT

The world’s economy is a pivotal moment as artificial intelligence is the future generation. The catalyst for growth is wireless connectivity by 5G—a new standard for wireless telecommunications. 5G is not simply an 4G it merely a faster wireless capability. 5G makes the connection and interaction of billions of devices. Indeed, 5G connectivity leads consumers and industries, to new frontiers of productivity and innovation.

In this paper, we examine how the 5G technology deployment challenges are overcome to the implementation of the network .We consider a range of actions and problems that may help overcome deployment challenges and enable rapid and extensive 5G deployment, including a light-touch policy framework that urges carriers and the ecosystem partners to negotiate without government intervention and involve carriers to operate at grander scale and economic efficiency.5G technology marks the beginning of a new era in connectivity that will impact almost daily life.

Keywords: 5G Implementation, Vendor Disputes, Effective Strategy of 4G Implementation, Spectrum Issues, Market Adaptability, Infrastructure, Regulation and Licensing, Security

INTRODUCTION

4G LTE is still making a sufficient impact in the network lifecycle: Historically, cellular technologies have adhered to associate degree approximate 20-year cycle from launch to peak penetration, with around 10 years between the launch of every new technology (see Figure 2). The first business 4G LTE networks went board 2009 and supported historical precedent we might not expect the technology to achieve a peak level of connections until around 2030. 

 

Figure: 1: Network lifecycle [1]

Comparing 4G and 5G

5G mobile communication technology with performance enhancements of many orders of magnitude over today’s networks. 5G won’t replace 4G, its large diversity of tasks that 4G cannot perform. The figure below shows the comparing the 5G and 4G will continue in parallel with 5G, support more routine tasks. 5G can service nevertheless to be enforced, in a very world economy square measure driven by refined communications networks.[2]

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Editor’s note: This paper was prepared for the course “International Contract Management” facilitated by Dr Paul D. Giammalvo of PT Mitratata Citragraha, Jakarta, Indonesia as an Adjunct Professor under contract to SKEMA Business School for the program Master of Science in Project and Programme Management and Business Development.  http://www.skema.edu/programmes/masters-of-science. For more information on this global program (Lille and Paris in France; Belo Horizonte in Brazil), contact Dr Paul Gardiner, Global Programme Director paul.gardiner@skema.edu.

How to cite this paper: Shekher, S.S.K.C. (2019). Emerging 5G Wireless Network and Deployment Challenges, PM World Journal, Vol. VIII, Issue IV (May).  Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/pmwj81-May2019-Shekher-5G-Wireless-Network-and-Deployment-Challenges.pdf

 


 

About the Author


Singampalli Shiva Krishna Chandra Shekher

SKEMA Business School
Paris, France

 

 

 

 Singampalli S.K. Chandra Shekher is a Telecom Management Professional with 4 years experiences in Marketing and Sales with Vodafone Mobiles Services Ltd (2 years) and OPPO Mobile India Pvt Ltd (2 years) in India. Born in Andhra Pradesh, Visakhapatnam southern part of India. He holds a Post-Graduation Diploma in Management in Telecom Management and Bachelor of Technology Electronic and Communication Engineering in India. Presently he is pursuing MSc in Project and Programme Management & Business Development from SKEMA Business School (a top tier school in France and globally).

This triples competence will let him manage technical projects by providing a technical expertise from his engineering master’s degree and management skills provided by his business master’s degree. Passionate about sport he is interested in the challenge between business and sport and especially the sponsoring relationship.

Singampalli S.K. Chandra Shekher can be contacted at: Email: shiva.singampalli@skema.edu

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sskchandrashekher0499/

 

[1] Intelligence, G. (n.d.). GSMA Intelligence — Research — Global cellular market trends and insight — Q2 2014. Retrieved from https://www.gsmaintelligence.com/research/2014/06/global-cellular-market-trends-and-insight-q2-2014/435/   

[2] Comparing 4G and 5G: https://www.qorvo.com/design-hub/blog/getting-to-5g-comparing-4g-and-5g-system-requirements