Secure Chaos of 5G Wireless Communication System Based on IOT Applications


  • Haider Th.Salim Alrikabi Wasit University/ College of Engineering
  • Hussein Tuama Hazim University of Misan



Network traffic, 5G, MANET, routing, CHAOS, topology, layers, security, IoT.


This research is aimed at planning the manner in which the secure 5G communication can be controlled based on traffic floods. To accomplish excellent administration execution of organization observing and 5G directing calculation is inescapable, dynamic steering in actual organization equipment isn't reasonable for practical plans of action. Accordingly, to bring down functional and capital consumption, we propose a strategy called versatile steering made do with the help of 5G (Quality of Service and MANET (Mobile specially appointed Network). A practical 5G steering model which will help with fulfilling the needs of the customers and simultaneously gives huge investment funds in item cost and convenience was presented in this paper. To perform versatile 5G steering, we planned geography in a virtualized climate. We customized CHAOS for network traffic flood the board which goes about as a consistent northward API in 5G directing. Network traffic is infused dynamically from 1MB up to 10MB (connect b/w) in a progressive way for similar organization traffic with 10 organization occurrences. In conclusion, we performed versatile 5G steering applying the control hypothetical method with the assistance of CHAOS and MANET calculations. By looking at two directing situations, we noticed a prominent distinction in throughput for controlling organization traffic application in MANETs. Network traffic flood data is refreshed after clockwork.

Author Biography

Haider Th.Salim Alrikabi, Wasit University/ College of Engineering

Wasit University,College of Engineering,Electrical Engineering Department




How to Cite

Alrikabi, H. T., & Tuama Hazim, H. (2022). Secure Chaos of 5G Wireless Communication System Based on IOT Applications. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 18(12), pp. 89–105.