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Fast Transmission Wireless Network System based on Gaussian Space

Sunil Kumar Kashyap, Vijayant Verma, Abhishek Badholia, Anil Kumar Tiwari

Abstract


The fast transmission of the information is achieved by Gaussian Space. The proposed wireless network system is based on the random variable and entropy optimization by Gaussian Space. The channel is distributed over the entropy matrix. The efficiency of the system comprises with the random selection of the variables and the security lies with the matrix representation theory. Thus, a proposed system carries the basic characteristic of the standard wireless network system. The main advantage of this paper is to present the wireless network system optimally as per the energy, time, economy, efficiency and security.


Keywords


Gaussian Space; Entropy; Optimization

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Sunil kumar Kashyap, Vijayant Verma, Abhishek Badholia, Anil Kumar Tiwari. Journal of Telecommunication, Switching Systems and Networks. 2019; 6(2): 19–25p.


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