International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems
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P-ISSN: 2708-4531, E-ISSN: 2708-454X

International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems


2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
Blockchain for mobile cellular networks: Recent advances and future use


Author(s): Akash R

Abstract: After the deployment of fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks worldwide it has become common to see people using it in their everyday life. But with pace of our technological developments even 5G network seems slower with time. This caused various researchers to work on sixth-generation (6G) wireless communications to solve this problem. As expected from any form of update in technology, people will always have high hopes for the performance of the newer version. So, 6G networks is expected to accommodate numerous heterogeneous devices and infrastructures with more efficiency and security. The problem comes with the question of how to achieve such an efficient network. After some research by various researchers, it is found that the answer for this question lies in Blockchain technology.In this review paper, we will see a comparative study of the different methods used by different researcher to achieve an efficient cellular network with Blockchain technology. This paper also discusses about what future such a network holds and the possible problems this network may face in the near future. This paper shall help the researchers working on 6G networks to analyze whether implementing block chain in mobile cellular networks is efficient and also help them to plan ahead on how to deal with the problems in the near future that are discussed in this paper.

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How to cite this article:
Akash R. Blockchain for mobile cellular networks: Recent advances and future use. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2022;3(2):74-80.
International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems