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Vikas Babani ◽  
Charulata ◽  
Pragya ◽  
Prateek ◽  
Rajeev Arya ◽  

H.G. Ranjani ◽  
Sleeba P Puthennurakel ◽  
Arthur Brisebois ◽  
Serene Banerjee ◽  
Venkatesh Umaashankar

2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (4) ◽  
Faisal Lawal ◽  
Aliyu D. Usman ◽  
Abdoulie M.S. Tekanyi ◽  
Hassan A. Abdulkarim ◽  
Abubakar L. Tanko

Abstract- Device-to-Device (D2D) communication is one of the most promising technologies to enhance user experience in 5G and beyond. Despite the huge benefit anticipated, enabling D2D in cellular network has encounter some challenges, these challenges include peer discovery and synchronization, mode selection and interference management. However, resolving these challenges promises improved service delivery, spectrum efficiency and reduced latency amongst other gains.  Attempts to enable D2D in both microwave and millimeter wave network gained some traction in recent years in a bid to enable wider coverage and utilization of the technology. Some of the research attempts, challenges and prosects are discussed in this paper.Keywords- Device-to-Device, Microwave, millimeter wave, Inter-cell Interference

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-9
Mingchen Gu ◽  
Shuo Sun ◽  
Feng Jian ◽  
Xiaohan Liu

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic impacts negatively on the security and development of human society. Comparison and analysis of intercity highway travel patterns before and during the COVID-19 pandemic can bring vital insights for the prevention and control of the pandemic. Empirical studies are conducted using cellular network-based datasets associated with two groups of city pairs in China heavily affected by COVID-19. Spatial matching, full-sample extrapolation, and trajectory feature analysis are adopted to attain travel volumes of intercity highways during four different periods. The reliability of origin-destination (OD) matrices calculated based on the cellular network-based dataset is demonstrated by comparing with the fluctuation trend of traffic count data. The empirical studies show that the OD flows associated with passenger cars on intercity highways in China decreased significantly during COVID-19. With the effective implementation of the pandemic prevention control policy and the orderly promotion of the recovery to work and production, the volumes of intercity highway OD flows returned to the pre-pandemic level in mid-April 2020. Besides, the peak of passenger car trips decreases and the time span for truck trips gets longer owing to implemented control measures in dealing with COVID-19. The results can be applied to the calculation of OD flows between most adjacent cities and analyze the intercity highway traffic travel patterns changes, which provide insightful implications for making intercity travel safety prevention and control policies under epidemic conditions.

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-12
BaoPing Yang ◽  
Kun Jiang

Repairing D2D communication routing buffer overflow in a cellular network is of great significance in improving communication quality and security. Due to the increase of user usage, the communication data are easy to exceed the boundary of the buffer, resulting in the reduction of covered data information. The traditional repair methods mainly repair through the characteristics of covered data information, ignoring the impact of network topology information transmission delay and packet loss during calculation, resulting in the problem of low communication security. A cellular network routing buffer overflow repair algorithm based on the homomorphic analysis of node residual energy is proposed; the cellular network D2D communication routing protocol is designed; the cellular network D2D communication protocol path index is determined; then, the cellular network D2D communication routing protocol is designed by analyzing node residual energy; and the cellular network D2D communication network routing optimization method based on AHP is designed. Big constructs the energy model of cellular network D2D communication network, solves and sets the routing optimization objective function, realizes the control of network routing, and repairs the buffer overflow. The experiment results show that the improved method can effectively reduce the packet loss rate of communication data, improve the anti-interference ability of the system, and ensure the security of network communication.

2021 ◽  
Deniss Brodņevs

The Thesis is concerned with assessing the suitability of LTE (4G) cellular networks for the remote control of low-flying UAVs. To solve this problem, an approach to the analysis of the delay values in cellular networks has been developed, which makes it possible to estimate the delays of individual cells and overall cellular network. Requirements for delays in the UAV control channel were developed, conclusions were drawn about the suitability of the LTE network as a communication solution for the UAV remote control. A method for calculating the effect of parallel redundancy is proposed, and an experimental assessment of the possibility of using two existing solutions for parallel redundancy in LTE networks is carried out. In addition, a compact technical solution for analyzing the level of base station signals was demonstrated.

2021 ◽  
Vol 144 ◽  
pp. 112316
Hyunsoo Cho ◽  
Hyo Kyeong Kim ◽  
Areum Oh ◽  
Mi Gyeong Jeong ◽  
Jiseo Song ◽  

電腦學刊 ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 32 (6) ◽  
pp. 015-023
Yue Ma Yue Ma ◽  
Xin Li Yue Ma ◽  
Jianbin Li Xin Li

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