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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 1326-1332


OPTIMIZATION OF NETWORK PERFORMANCE WITH RELIABILITY USING 6G TECHNOLOGY

Prajakta Borole, Dr. Yogesh Kumar Sharma, Dr. Santosh Nemade.

Abstract
With the world going into digitization for every aspect, it is also necessary for every individual to improve
their technology parameter such as Speed, Connectivity, Reliability, etc. and upgrade themselves according to
the growing internet sector. Many individuals face many problems in their network, such as speed, accuracy,
latency, etc. These day-to-day growing problems needs to improve and give a prompt solution. Security being a
critical mechanism is also a concern as all the essential information/Data is stored within a private network. All
these problems need timely attention and everlasting results for them. These obstacles are to be solved using the
Network congestion control mechanism (NCC) Technique, where the speed is improved and provide
transmission strategy. Network Slicing being is an essential parameter where all users get benefitted by chunks
of networks in slices and enhancing the speed of the net. Understanding of 6G Functioning is vital as we have to
balance all the factors on time. In our Purposed System, we are implementing a base station over terrain with
three-receiver sites using 6G Technology. The line-of-sight propagation is achieved on the ground, tracking loss
impairments to make the frequency of the 28 GHz carrier fit for the connections despite using high-gain
antennas and beamforming. If the signal strength drops below due to rainfall still all the three-receiver sites, will
again meet receiver sites requirement.

Key words: Network congestion control mechanism (NCC), Network Slicing, 6G Functioning.



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