Seminar on Millimeter Wave Transmission in Cell-less Networking: Opportunities and Challenges by Prof. Claudio Sacchi
- 09:00 - 12:00
- Tehnopol recommends
U02-409, Ehitajate tee 5, Tallinn
The most recent trends in 5G networks are rapidly proceeding toward some key directions:
1) Seamless integration of heterogeneous wireless networks into different tiers;
2) Progressive network densification with a consequential decrease of cell size.
In such a framework, the old paradigm of “cellular networking”, where each terminal is univocally associated to a base station, identifying the “cell” is no longer suitable to afford such kind of evolution. This is the reason why the new concept of “cell-less” network is raising nowadays more and more interest. In cell-less networks, a user terminal is free to access one or more base stations (BSs) and/or access points (Aps) by different uplink and downlink, considering wireless channel status and the rate demand, or, even, not to access to any BS or AP if the terminal is idle.
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