Development of Representing Algorithms for Internet Broadband Geographically Based Information Modules Interaction
2023 Photonics & Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2023): Proceedings 2023
Elmārs Lipenbergs, Inga Vagale, Vjačeslavs Bobrovs

By the spreading of electronic communications to high-speed and high-capacity broadband networks characterized by connection speeds of up to several Gbps in fifth-generation (5G) networks and data rate of at least 1 Tbps for sixth-generation (6G), it is essential to ensure an appropriate quality of service. The research covers the regulatory and services supervision aspects for finding an optimal set of algorithms as a comprehensive scope of the internet connections information availability and broadband deployment assessment in light of the aim for seamless as possible prime internet access coverage. The availability of broadband and related services for all end-users is particularly important due to continuing dynamic development of mobile technology generations, given, for example, the potential extreme fragmentation of 5G and 6G technology development, which could lead to more pronounced services differentiation due to insufficient geographical coverage, which can delimit and increasingly 'distance' technologically advanced geographical areas from sparsely populated administrative areas with possibly limited access to infrastructure. Taking into account end-user necessities also for easy choices of service offers based on their actual needs some directions are highlighted concerning Quality-of-Service (QoS) information management in relationship with the price options on certain geographic areas or addresses. The baseline of the information collecting looks like the opposite or delayed opinion of high-end technologies spreading but at the same time without objecting to the development of new broadband generations the information on regular classes of widely available broadband services is crucially important for every end-user to choose the best option at their location and also for regulatory authorities to make smart and weighted decisions, even to support the implementation of the latest technologies. The research covers the information requests and seeking flows, particularly for regulators to find the optimal model for gathering all necessary information on broadband access services availability and characteristics.

Atslēgas vārdi
5G mobile communication systems; Broadband networks; Quality of service

Lipenbergs, E., Vagale, I., Bobrovs, V. Development of Representing Algorithms for Internet Broadband Geographically Based Information Modules Interaction. No: 2023 Photonics & Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2023): Proceedings, Čehija, Prague, 3.-6. jūlijs, 2023. Piscataway: IEEE, 2023, 781.-785.lpp. ISBN 979-8-3503-1285-0. e-ISBN 979-8-3503-1284-3. ISSN 2831-5790. e-ISSN 2831-5804. Pieejams: doi:10.1109/PIERS59004.2023.10221317

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