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PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SMART INFRASTRUCTURE MODEL FOR E-GOVERNACE INTEGRATION

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Author(s): Christiana. C. Okezie | Okafor Kennedy. C | Udeze Chidiebele. C

Journal: Academic Research International
ISSN 2223-9944

Volume: 4;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 219;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: E-governance | SIM | FDD | TDD | Models | Framework | Deployment | Architectures

ABSTRACT
Contemporialy, e-government is at the implementation stage in various countries of the world. E-governace creates digital interactions via ICTs between Government to citizens, employees, bussiness and agencies. The E-Governance plateform need low cost and high speed infrastructure which must provide high quality transmission(data, video and voice traffic) and reliable connectivity with effecient service delivery. The server centric architecture design for E-Governmentis not cost effective and dependable. This paper presents a performance analysis of Smart Infrastructure Model (SIM) for E-Governance integration in the developing countries. The SIM strategy comprises of cloud zoneing with long term evolution (LTE) Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) which supports flexible channel bandwidths (1.4 – 20 MHz) as well as frequency-division duplexing (FDD) and timedivision duplexing (TDD) to allow flexible deployment around spectrum ownership. Adding to the computational improvements, the proposed model is self-starting, selfconfigurable with low latency, and with wider coverage, as such supporting SIM egovernmentapplication deployment in the urban, suburban and rural envirnments. Adapting high speed SIM will significantly influence the design and implementation of e-governance applications and deployments. This paper presents SIM simulationresults in context of latency, throughput and utilization.
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