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5G Cellular - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 16 January 2022

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Edge computing in 5G cellular networks for real-time analysis of electrocardiography recorded with wearable textile sensors.

Thereby, 5G, which will be the first steps toward unlocking the full potential of the Internet of Things, will be a Thereby, 5G. We recommend a lightweight IoT platform for continuous vital sign analysis in this series. If a myocardial infarction is near, the edge device uses a state-of-the-art deep learning system for providing a binary end-to-end classification. We compare 3rd, 4th-, and 5th-generation cellular networks with respect to latency, data leakage, and machine learning inference. In 0. 0 percent of ECG samples, the best results are obtained using 5G, which means an average transmission latency of 110 mills and data corruption. Inference on deep learning took about 170 million seconds. In conclusion, 5G cellular networks in combination with edge devices are a highly scalable infrastructure for continuous sign analysis using deep learning algorithms. Future 5G releases would include multi-access edge computing as a standard for bringing edge devices nearer to mobile users.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34891622

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