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Backhaul networks and TV White Spaces (TVWS) with implementation challenges in 5G: A review

Sharma Teena, Chehri Abdellah, Fortier Paul et Saadane Rachid. (2021). Backhaul networks and TV White Spaces (TVWS) with implementation challenges in 5G: A review. Dans Innovations in Smart Cities Applications. (p. 954-965). Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. Singapore : Springer.

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URL officielle: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1007/978-3-030-66840-2_72

Résumé

Mobile Backhauling provides interface between radio controller and base stations mostly realized with physical medium such as optical fibers or microwave radio links. With the huge mobile traffic due to increase in mobile subscribers as well as deployment of 4G and 5G cellular network technologies, better solutions for capacity and coverage should be provided in order to enhance spectral efficiency. For 4G cellular networks, mobile backhaul networks deals with capacity, availability, deployment cost and long-distance reaches. In addition, mobile backhaul networks based on 5G network incurs additional challenges that include 1 ms or less ultralow latency time requirements and ultra-dense nature of the network capabilities. Therefore, for 5G technologies, latency delay, QoS, packet efficiency, noise suppression and mitigation techniques, efficient modulation schemes and packet network timing synchronization are some aspects which are to be dealt with while designing efficient backhaul approaches (wired/wireless). Current backhaul systems typically uses cost-effective solutions (e.g. -Wi-Fi and WiMAX) based packet switched technologies especially Ethernet/Internet technologies and high speed optical fiber links. In this survey, a comprehensive study of state-of-the-art regarding advancement in 5G based backhaul technologies based on research articles and standard documents is presents. The main features, research findings as well as requirements and challenges related to recent emerging backhaul technologies of 5G networks are also discussed. TV band white space (TVWS) backhaul as a possible solution is suggested as a cost effective way in rural technology growth in regards to 5G infrastructure.

Type de document:Chapitre de livre
Date:21 Février 2021
Lieu de publication:Singapore
Sujets:Sciences naturelles et génie > Génie
Sciences naturelles et génie > Génie > Génie informatique et génie logiciel
Sciences naturelles et génie > Sciences appliquées
Département, module, service et unité de recherche:Départements et modules > Département des sciences appliquées > Module d'ingénierie
Éditeurs:Ben Ahmed, Mohamed
Karas, Ismail Rakip
Santos, Domingos
Sergeyeva, Olga
Boudhir, Anouar Abdelhakim
Mots-clés:Backhaul, 5G, smart cities, 4G, TVWS, WIMAX, millimeter wave (mmWave), free space optics (FSO), microwave, Proceedings, villes intelligentes, onde millimétrique (mmWave), optique d'espace libre (FSO), micro-ondes
Déposé le:19 mai 2021 20:12
Dernière modification:19 mai 2021 20:12
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