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Analysing 5G networks across the Netherlands and Switzerland

Veltmaat, S. (2022) Analysing 5G networks across the Netherlands and Switzerland.

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Abstract:5G networks are rapidly being deployed all around the world since 2019, due to the many benefits 5G provides compared to 4G networks. Some countries provide publicly accessible data about their 5G antenna network while others do not. This paper aims to provide an analysis of the 5G network of the Netherlands and Switzerland based on the available data. A framework is developed to analyse the differences and similarities of these countries based on the available data. The data that serves as input for the framework and analysis will be scraped from websites that contain data about 5G antennas shared by their government. In this data, the location, power level, frequency, etc. can be found. Furthermore, this paper aims to help 5G application providers get a better understanding of how the network in their country operates by giving a detailed analysis. Even though the networks are mostly similar in terms of the prioritisation of cities and the number of antennas per citizen, some minor differences were found and potential reasons for this are discussed.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:01 general works
Programme:Business & IT BSc (56066)
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