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Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care

Submission Deadline: 30 January 2021 (closed)

Guest Editors

Dr. Manoj Gupta, JECRC University, India
Dr. Pradeep Kumar, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Dr. S.Balamurugan, Intelligent Research Consultancy Services (iRCS), India
Dr. Arun Kumar, JECRC University, India
Dr. Chaker Abdelaziz Kerrache, University of Ghardaia, Algeria


During the most recent decade, we have seen quick improvements of different systems administration innovations, and numerous types of systems administration and frameworks are turning out to be centre pieces of our everyday lives by using digital communication. With the expansion of 5G communication and electronic gadgets, there is a quickly developing enthusiasm for universal and future systems. In the days to come, we anticipate that the omnipresent correspondence and systems administration advancements will get universal alongside the development of numerous future systems administration advances in medical, industry, education and so on. The pervasive and future system will offer multiservice, sight and sound administrations intermingling, portability, administration universality and setting mindfulness, fixed-mobile union, and nature of administration, variable availability, unconstrained systems administration, autonomic systems administration and different capacities as the standard. In most cases, we used to possibly have one choice when we turned out to be sick and required restorative consideration: travel to a specialist or Modern Health Care. For individuals in provincial zones, with specialists found a few miles away, voyaging while sick can be testing and tedious. With the appearance of Tele-health and remote Medical observing frameworks, however, we could get care from the solace of our homes. Specialists could make suggestions after a short video call, and even submit solution demands. Notwithstanding, this remote observing, alongside complex imaging gear, can prompt extra strain on the systems of organizations in the human services industry. This regularly expands blockage and eases back system speeds, particularly for human services suppliers that may be interfacing with many patients daily. The slack isn't disappointing for those utilizing it, however the low quality can postpone quiet consideration, which could hurt results over the long haul. Also, in light of the fact that the utilization of Internet of Things (IoT) innovations keep on developing, the measure of information on systems is relied upon to just build more. 5G advancements can possibly help settle these difficulties in medical health care.


Objective of the Special Issue:

This special issue seeks contributions of research/review articles in the domain of 5G Communication System with Modern Health Care.

1. To understand how rapidly transmitting enormous imaging documents will improve the Health care.

2. To understand the role of 5G network in Increasing Telemedicine.

3. To bridge the gap of insufficient medical facilities in Rural areas by Continuous remote observing the patients data through 5G network.

4. To understand how the design of Low Latency 5G Communication system helps in providing the real time environment.

5. To evaluate the design of Spectrum Sensing techniques for 5G Waveform for better quality of services.

6. To understand the use of microwave imaging by the implementation of IoT antenna for health care.

7. Design of Short range Wireless Communication System for 5G and Health Monitoring

8. To develop a proper management system to handle the traffic and interference issues in the Advanced Communication System.


This special issue seeks contributions of research/review articles in the domain of 5G Communication System with Modern Health Care. Topics but not limited to:
• Wireless and Communication Network
• Cognitive Radio Network
• 6G, 5G Communication Network
• Remote Health monitoring
• Detection techniques
• Tele medicine
• Virtual Health monitoring
• Remote Robotic Surgery
• Peak Power reduction techniques in 5G
• Cyber-physical system (CPS)
• Internet of things (IoTs)
• Body Area Network
• Biomedical Applications in communication system
• Biomedical Signal Processing
• Biomedical & Health Informatics
• D2D and M2M
• Nano Communication
• Green Communication
• Artificial Intelligence in Health Care using 5G
• Massive-MIMO
• Short range wireless communication systems
• Digital Hospitals
• Antennas for IOT in 5G
• Microwave Imaging using Antenna

Published Papers

  • Open Access


    Automated Controller Placement for Software-Defined Networks to Resist DDoS Attacks

    Muhammad Reazul Haque, Saw Chin Tan, Zulfadzli Yusoff, Kashif Nisar, Lee Ching Kwang, Rizaludin Kaspin, Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry, Rajkumar Buyya, Satya Prasad Majumder, Manoj Gupta, Shuaib Memon
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.68, No.3, pp. 3147-3165, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.016591
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care)
    Abstract In software-defined networks (SDNs), controller placement is a critical factor in the design and planning for the future Internet of Things (IoT), telecommunication, and satellite communication systems. Existing research has concentrated largely on factors such as reliability, latency, controller capacity, propagation delay, and energy consumption. However, SDNs are vulnerable to distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks that interfere with legitimate use of the network. The ever-increasing frequency of DDoS attacks has made it necessary to consider them in network design, especially in critical applications such as military, health care, and financial services networks requiring high availability. We propose a mathematical… More >

  • Open Access


    Toward Optimal Cost-Energy Management Green Framework for Sustainable Future Wireless Networks

    Mohammed H. Alsharif, Abu Jahid, Mahmoud A. Albreem, Peerapong Uthansakul, Jamel Nebhen, Khalid Yahya
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.68, No.1, pp. 1321-1339, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.016738
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care)
    Abstract The design of green cellular networking according to the traffic arrivals has the capability to reduce the overall energy consumption to a cluster in a cost-effective way. The cell zooming approach has appealed much attention that adaptively offloads the BS load demands adjusting the transmit power based on the traffic intensity and green energy availability. Besides, the researchers are focused on implementing renewable energy resources, which are considered the most attractive practices in designing energy-efficient wireless networks over the long term in a cost-efficient way in the existing infrastructure. The utilization of available solar can be adapted to acquire cost-effective… More >

  • Open Access


    Energy-Efficient Low-Complexity Algorithm in 5G Massive MIMO Systems

    Adeeb Salh, Lukman Audah, Qazwan Abdullah, Nor Shahida M. Shah, Shipun A. Hamzah, Shahilah Nordin, Nabil Farah
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.3, pp. 3189-3214, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.014746
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care)
    Abstract Energy efficiency (EE) is a critical design when taking into account circuit power consumption (CPC) in fifth-generation cellular networks. These problems arise because of the increasing number of antennas in massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, attributable to inter-cell interference for channel state information. Apart from that, a higher number of radio frequency (RF) chains at the base station and active users consume more power due to the processing activities in digital-to-analogue converters and power amplifiers. Therefore, antenna selection, user selection, optimal transmission power, and pilot reuse power are important aspects in improving energy efficiency in massive MIMO systems. This work… More >

  • Open Access


    Novel Universal Windowing Multicarrier Waveform for 5G Systems

    Ahmed Hammoodi, Lukman Audah, Montadar Abas Taher, Mazin Abed Mohammed, Mustafa S. Aljumaily, Adeeb Salh, Shipun A. Hamzah
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.2, pp. 1523-1536, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.014041
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care)
    Abstract Fifth Generation (5G) systems aim to improve flexibility, coexistence and diverse service in several aspects to achieve the emerging applications requirements. Windowing and filtering of the traditional multicarrier waveforms are now considered common sense when designing more flexible waveforms. This paper proposed a Universal Windowing Multi-Carrier (UWMC) waveform design platform that is flexible, providing more easily coexists with different pulse shapes, and reduces the Out of Band Emissions (OOBE), which is generated by the traditional multicarrier methods that used in the previous generations of the mobile technology. The novel proposed approach is different from other approaches that have been proposed,… More >

  • Open Access


    Toward 6G Communication Networks: Terahertz Frequency Challenges and Open Research Issues

    Mohammed H. Alsharif, Mahmoud A. M. Albreem, Ahmad A. A. Solyman, Sunghwan Kim
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.66, No.3, pp. 2831-2842, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.013176
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Advanced 5G Communication System for Transforming Health Care)
    Abstract Future networks communication scenarios by the 2030s will include notable applications are three-dimensional (3D) calls, haptics communications, unmanned mobility, tele-operated driving, bio-internet of things, and the Nano-internet of things. Unlike the current scenario in which megahertz bandwidth are sufficient to drive the audio and video components of user applications, the future networks of the 2030s will require bandwidths in several gigahertzes (GHz) (from tens of gigahertz to 1 terahertz [THz]) to perform optimally. Based on the current radio frequency allocation chart, it is not possible to obtain such a wide contiguous radio spectrum below 90 GHz (0.09 THz). Interestingly, these… More >

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