Analysis of the Feasibility and Constraints of Implementing Next-Technology Mobile Networks in Bangladesh with its Outcomes on Human Body

Analysis of the Feasibility and Constraints of Implementing Next-Technology Mobile Networks in Bangladesh with its Outcomes on Human Body

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Volume-70 Issue-10
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Md. Shariful Islam, Md. Ashek Raihan Mahmud, Md. Jashim Uddin
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I10P233

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Md. Shariful Islam, Md. Ashek Raihan Mahmud, Md. Jashim Uddin, "Analysis of the Feasibility and Constraints of Implementing Next-Technology Mobile Networks in Bangladesh with its Outcomes on Human Body," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 10, pp. 339-349, 2022. Crossref,

As the range of customers in the cellular era is increasing at a geometrical rate, the call for and complexity of the provider is rising, making sure within side they want for cellular operators to migrate the provider using difficulty to their core technology to switch extra information with excessive speed. The 5G cell networks are the consequences of this paradigm shift and are currently being deployed in advanced nations regardless of the reality that they might be able to put 6G cell networks in force. However, a maximum of the growing nations in addition to Bangladesh (A middle-earnings country) are, or will be, using 3G or 4G cellular networks of late, for which the general position is not but complete. This study is now exploring how much emphasis can be placed on setting up the 5G cell networks in Bangladesh and the health effect of 4G and upcoming 5G cellular networks. First, take note of the display that there may be the capability for tackling foremost technological demanding situations in Bangladesh while implementing the 5G cellular networks. The numerous protection factors of 5G cellular networks were provided, which is an ongoing hassle, and Bangladesh is technologically ready to deal with many protection issues. At the same time, it has been proven that the context of the usage of 5G networks in Bangladesh is relevant. As a result, the 5G networks in Bangladesh will take place now, not as expected. Finally, the outcomes of using 4G and 5G cellular networks on human health were presented.

Mobile cellular communication; Mobile cellular generation; EMW radiation; 5G networks; Base Transceiver Station.

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