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Which LiFi's apps may fit mostly to 5G and beyond-5G Technology?

Gila Alberta; Gabriel Dekela; Sapir Kurlanda; Moshe Rana; Dror Malkab; Gilad Katzb


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;LiFi technologies are expected to be an integrated part of future broadband wireless technologies. However, it is still not fully clear which apps will fit and benefit future 5G and beyond-5G. The purpose of this paper is to retrieve through Analytic Hierarchy Process model (AHP) and qualitative analysis the most promising apps. Apps for homes, supermarket, museum, communication between vehicles, in-flight entertainment and hospitals were considered. Relevant criteria include latency, data security, data-rate per square-meter, number of customers in square meter and acceptance. The results indicate that acceptance criteria found to be most dominant and hospital driven 5G apps most promising.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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