Towards Society Revolution
The Tactile Internet
It is expected that the 5G will change the landscape of the communication paradigm as it will offer huge number of device connections, high data rate, evolutionary channel modulation, etc. The 5G predicts to have billions of devices connected through its new scenarios involving Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Type Communications (MTC), Machine- to- Machine Communications (M2M) via the use of different types of devices including but not restricted to smartphones based IP packet.
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