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AMF Function
AMF Functional Description
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SMF Function
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UPF Function
UPF Functional Description
PCF Function
PCF Functional Description
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NEF Function
NEF Functional Description
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NRF Function
NRF Functional Description
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UDM Function
UDM Functional Description
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AUSF Function
AUSF Functional Description
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N3IWF Function
N3IWF Function Description
Application Function
Application Functional Description
UDR Function
UDR Functional Description
UDR Specifications
UDSF Function
UDSF Functional Description
SMSF Function
SMSF Functional Description
SMSF Specifications
NSSF Function
NSSF Functional Description
NSSF Specifications
5G-EIR Function
5G-EIR Functional Description
5G-EIR Specifications
LMF Function
LMF Functional Description
LMF Specifications
SEPP Function
SEPP Functional Description
NWDAF Function
NWDAF Functional Description
NWDAF Specifications
Data Types

5G Tutorial

3GPP 5G system consisting of 5G Access Network (AN), 5G Core Network and UE.

5G networks is the latest network of cellular mobile communications. It succeeds by the 4G/LTE. 5G targets high data rate, reduced latency, energy saving, cost reduction, higher system capacity, and massive device connectivity.

5G networks uses higher frequency radio waves, to achieve higher data rates, in or near the by the millimeter wave band.

Its advantage is lower network latency (faster response time) below 1 ms (millisecond), compared with 30 - 70 ms for 4G

5G is the digital cellular networks in which the service area covered by service providers and divided into a small geographical areas called cells (small cells or femto cells).

The major advantage of 5G networks is to achieve much higher data rates than earlier cellular networks, up to 10 Gbits per second, which shall be faster than cable internet, and 100 times faster than the previous cellular technology 4G/LTE.

Because of the higher data rates, 5G networks will not only serve mobile phones but also envisioned to use in office networks, homes and, competing with cable internet providers.


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