Abstract: In comparison to current 4G LTE networks, the ultimate objectives of the upcoming 5G wireless networking are to have relatively fast data speeds, incredibly low latency, significant increases in base station efficiency, and significant changes in expected Quality of Service (QoS) for customers. The use of broadband data has increased quickly as a result of the need to deal with cutting-edge technologies and connectivity, such as smart cell phones, internet of things (IoT) devices, autonomous vehicles, virtual reality equipment, and connectivity in smart homes. Furthermore, a significant increase in system bandwidth is required to support the most recent applications. Utilizing a contemporary spectrum with higher data levels will enable this development. Globally, 5G network commercialization is accelerating. 5G communications are viewed from the perspective of industry development drivers as being essential for improvements to personal consumption experiences and digital industrial transformation. Globally significant economies need 5G to be a crucial component of long-term industrial development. Thousands of industries will adopt 5G both commercially and technically. Further DOICT and other technology integration is required for 5G. As a result, this white paper suggests ongoing research on the continued development of 5G networks. Full consideration of architecture evolution and function enhancement is required, along with 5G-Advanced. Using the three characteristics of artificial intelligence, convergence, and enablement, this white paper analyzes the network evolution architecture of 5G-Advanced before elaborating on the technical development direction of 5G-Advanced. Artificial intelligence refers to network AI, which makes full use of machine learning, digital twins, recognition, and intention networks to improve the network's ability to operate and maintain itself intelligently. 5G and industry network convergence are examples of convergence. In order to realize the integration development, there is convergence in the home network as well as the space-air-ground network. Enabling allows for the improvement of deterministic and interactive 5G communication capabilities. It improves current technologies like network slicing and positioning to better aid the industry's digital transformation..

Keywords: 5G Network , 5G Architecture, 5G Deployment,  AI, 5G APPLICATION

Works Cited:

Okorogu Victor Ndubuisi, Alumona Theophilus Leonard " DEPLOYMENT OF 5G-ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE FOR FUTURE APPLICATIONS ", IJARCCE International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, vol. 12, no. 10, pp. 26-33, 2023. Crossref https://doi.org/10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.121004

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.121004

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