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, Volume 78, Issue 23, pp 34193–34205 | Cite as

Proposed of the wireless mobile system and video coding system in the heterogeneous network

  • Sarmad IbrahimEmail author
  • Nasser Khamiss
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Abstract

Today’s 4G and 4.5G network is not capable of meeting the needs of a broadband network, 5G is designed to meet the needs. The key features of 5G include high throughput, improved spectrum efficiency, and reduced latency. Higher frequencies may be used by 5G, but the result is high cost. Furthermore, the volumes of video traffic in wireless system networks, there is an urgent need for improving the quality of video delivery. For this reason, this paper is devoted to proposing a wireless mobile system based on the updated LTE-ADV Pro (4.5G–4.9G) technology to arrive 5G capability with low cost. The proposed system uses advanced adaptive modulation and coding and advanced waveform to provide higher spectral efficiency. It also incorporates the proposed method of the adaptive video streaming of multiple video data rates. The results presented that the proposed wireless technique is better than LTE-ADV regarding data transmitted, while the proposed video coding method is better than H.265. The overall result in the proposed system is supported users about is 24% as compared to LTE-ADV with H.265 and about is 100% as compared to LTE with H.265.

Keywords

4G 5G HEVC FBMC MCS 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of EngineeringMustansiriyah UniversityBaghdadIraq
  2. 2.College of Information EngineeringAl-Nahrain UniversityBaghdadIraq

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