Optimal Coverage and Bandwidth-Aware Transmission Planning for Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality
PubDate: July 2021
Teams: Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology
Writers: Mobasshir Mahbub; Bobby Barua
The recently evolving Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) are expected to be among the most challenging applications on cellular networks to date. The next-gen cellular network name 5G networks have to provide efficient service, coverage, and data rate to such resource-hungry applications. Thereby, the deployment of small cell base stations (SBS) is a prominent solution to assist such applications. Since in the case of small cell transmitter-receiver separation distance is small compared to the macro cell and therefore degradation or attenuation of a wireless signal is comparatively low. This is necessary to ensure a high data rate. Therefore the research intended to allocate optimal or efficient power and bandwidth in SBS to obtain the required coverage in terms of SINR (Signal to Noise and Interference Ration) and network throughput to support AR/VR applications. The work presented an algorithm for efficient resource allocation and performed a few measurements to considering the algorithm. The research derived that the presented algorithm is able to allocate power and bandwidth as per network requirements.