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Exploring biosorption properties of Litchi chinensis peel for a cationic dye Rhodamine 6G in Liquid/Solid phase system: Kinetics and equilibrium studies

A cationic dye called the Rhodamine 6G is now being used as a potentially tracing dye in the field of immunology for immunological research. The peel powder of Litchi Chinensis was used in native context to determine the sorption characteristics of various experimental conditions, including initial dye concentration, contact time, dosage of biosorbent, temperature, and pH. All the laboratory experiments showed that the Litchi chinensis peel was an effective biosorbent for the removal of Rhodamine 6G in the liquid/solid phase system.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsee.2022.08.001


Joint Intra/Inter-Slot Code Design for Unsourced Multiple Access in 6G Internet of Things

This paper suggests a UMA coding scheme based on the T-Fold IRSA model, which would use joint Intra/interslot code development and optimization. To minimize the SNR requirement at a predicted system packet loss rate, we develop a joint intra/interslot coding parameter optimization algorithm based on the error event decomposition and density evolution model. Numerical findings indicate that the current scheme delivers energy savings by balancing the intra/internal coding increase while still maintaining relatively low implementation complexity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s23010242


A Study on Multi-Antenna and Pertinent Technologies with AI/ML Approaches for B5G/6G Networks

The quantum leap in mobile data traffic and high density of wireless electronic devices, as well as the advancements in industrial radio communications and autonomous systems, have posed a major obstacle to smoothing wireless network operations. The best alternative has been considered by the prospective cost effective solution to optimize the existing and B5G/6G wireless network elements efficiently, e. g. , machine learning, distributed learning, federated learning, and neural networks. We discuss and describe several key topics in each section that may help to ensure that the future wireless networks are robust, providing a complete insight into the mMIMO systems with new antenna and propagation precoding methods.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics12010189


Fibre Wireless Distributed Antenna Systems for 5G and 6G Services

Many physical limitations are placed on high-frequency electromagnetic waves, which are used in wireless telecommunications. The RoF technology'u2019s inherent benefits include that it enhances the DAS network's usability and transmission quality by allowing it to offer both 5G and 6G THz services at the same time over a single optical fibre link. Over a 10-kilometer single mode fibre optic link, we experimentally broadcast a single carrier-modulated 6G signal using a 256 quadrature amplitude modulation and a 5G new radio signal. In addition, the 6G signal is received by a 3 m wireless media, proving the concept for fibre wireless integration. The dynamic range of the allowed RF input power for a 6G signal is 10 dB, while the 5G waveform signal's dynamic range is 18 dB, which meets the 3GP standardization requirements.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics12010064


A Survey on 6G Enabled Light Weight Authentication Protocol for UAVs, Security, Open Research Issues and Future Directions

In a u20186G network, this paper explores a broad overview of current authentication and secure communications of unmanned aerial vehicles in a broad network. We begin with an overview of recent studies that relate to UAV authentication in 6G and beyond, including standardization, applications, and cybersecurity. In order to emphasize the importance of blockchain and UAV authentication in u2018UAV networksu2019 in future communication networks, we divided the parties into two broad groups in this study. The network decentralization and resource sharing will minimize resource underutilization in the 6G network, with blockchain and UAV authentication, thus enabling PG targets. In addition, the SG's needs of UAV authentication in 6G network applications can be quickly addressed thanks to a judicious mix of blockchain type and consensus algorithms. The combination of blockchain and UAV authentication in 6G network evolution is explored in this research as a comprehensive roadmap for safe and universal future communications.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/app13010277


6G Mobile Communication Technology: Requirements, Targets, Applications, Challenges, Advantages, and Opportunities

New standards for sixth-generation mobile networks will be introduced by the sixth-generation technology of cell phones to satisfy unreachable performance requirements. The convergence of several industry trends with communication platforms, as launched by 5G, will exaggerate and reveal areas where 5G's capabilities fall short of performance standards. More applications for mobile communications that go beyond fifth-generation networks are being developed, primarily motivated by the growth of applications in large networks, future networks, advancements, and technological advances for smartphone communications that go beyond fifth-generation networks. In one survey paper, Paper aims to give a more comprehensive and brief summary of 6G mobile communications technology. Initially, a complete overview of the 6G system is provided in terms of visions, drivers, preferences, architecture, and usage scenarios, which are all important in order to enable 6G applications. The benefits and benefits of 6G mobile technology have been explored after that.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aej.2022.08.017


A D2D-Aided Federated Learning Scheme With Incentive Mechanism in 6G Networks

Federated Learning is quickly emerging as a cost-effective way to teach machine learning models in a distributed manner. Hence, to avoid this drawback, the effective combination of a good devices compensation scheme with an effective approach for the device selection in a common FL framework is imperative. This paper explores how a FL framework using a one-side matching theory-based reward system could be used to select and encourage customers to participate in the process with the aim of reducing the FL process convergence time and increasing the user profit. In addition, this paper addresses the possibility of overcoming poor communication link conditions among users by using device-to-device communications in order to save electricity and increase convergence time for the FL process.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3232440


An analysis of the ethical challenges of blockchain-enabled E-healthcare applications in 6G networks

Traditional service and service models have been disrupted by innovations in blockchain technology as well as rapid advances in network technologies. The paper seeks to identify and assess the ethical risks of blockchain adoption in e-healthcare in this period. This paper contributes to the growing body of knowledge by presenting a critical analysis of the ethical implications of blockchains in e-healthcare at the meso level. This will not only provide the stakeholders with a holistic view of the ethical issues surrounding several blockchain-enabled healthcare services, but also facilitates a seamless migration to the 6G network.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijcce.2021.10.002

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