Ubiquitous, reliable and low-latency machinetype communication, MTC, systems are considered to be value-adds of emerging 5G cellular networks. To meet the technical and economical requirements for exponentially growing MTC traffic, we advocate the use of small cells to handle the massive and dense MTC rollout. We introduce a novel 3GPP-compliant architecture that absorbs the MTC traffic via home evolved NodeBs, allowing us to significantly reduce congestion and overloading of radio access and core networks. A major design challenge has been to deal with the interference to human-type traffic and the large degree of freedom of the system, due to the unplanned deployments of small cells and the enormous amount of MTC devices. Simulation results in terms of MTC access delay, energy consumption, and delivery rate corroborate the superiority of the proposed working architecture.
|Titolo:||Toward 5G DenseNets: Architectural Advances for Effective Machine-Type Communications over Femtocells|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|