Applications of Capacity Enlargement and Traffic Management Control in Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial 5G Networks
M Mourad Mabrook
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AbstractThe significant volume of data traffic, ultimate data rates, reduced latency, more transmissions with efficient energy, spectrum consumption, and novel technological use cases must all be considered using the fifth generation (5G) mobile network. Future 5G networks will connect billions of objects, known as the Internet of Things (IoT) or massive Machine-T Communications (mMTC), in addition to standard Mobile Broadband (MBB) services. Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTNs) may serve connection requests anywhere and anytime by offering wide-area coverage and preserving service continuity, availability, and scalability. The satellite platform is a crucial NTN for integrating with the 5G network and delivering the necessary services. Soon, 5G network development will depend on satellite access, as stated in the 3Gpp Release 16 specification. This paper provides options for incorporating satellite systems into a 5G network design to increase capacity and extend coverage in 5G mobile networks. In addition, 5G networks must address a network model to resolve outage, congestion, and cell edge context issues. The last phase is the simulation of the problem formulation for the investigation of capacity and traffic in hybrid satellite-terrestrial 5G mobile backhauling networks.
DepartmentElectrical and Computer Engineering