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Title: The Device Centric Communication System for 5G Networks
Authors: Biswash, S. K.
Jayakody, N. K.
Keywords: коммуникационные системы; сети связи; 5G; энергоэффективность; сигналы; QoS; QoE; передача данных
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Biswash S. K. The Device Centric Communication System for 5G Networks / S. K. Biswash, N. K. Jayakody // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — 2017. — Vol. 803 : Information Technologies in Business and Industry (ITBI2016) : International Conference, 21–26 September 2016, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [012023, 6 p.].
Abstract: The Fifth Generation Communication (5G) networks have several functional features such as: Massive Multiple Input and Multiple Output (MIMO), Device centric data and voice support, Smarter-device communications, etc. The objective for 5G networks is to gain the 1000x more throughput, 10x spectral efficiency, 100 x more energy efficiency than existing technologies. The 5G system will provide the balance between the Quality of Experience (QoE) and the Quality of Service (QoS), without compromising the user benefit. The data rate has been the key metric for wireless QoS; QoE deals with the delay and throughput. In order to realize a balance between the QoS and QoE, we propose a cellular Device centric communication methodology for the overlapping network coverage area in the 5G communication system. The multiple beacon signals mobile tower refers to an overlapping network area, and a user must be forwarded to the next location area. To resolve this issue, we suggest the user centric methodology (without Base Station interface) to handover the device in the next area, until the users finalize the communication. The proposed method will reduce the signalling cost and overheads for the communication.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/38215
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