|Title:||Indoor Partition Attenuations and Base Station Deployments for the 5GWireless Communications||Authors:||Li, Chi-Min
|Keywords:||5G;millimeter-wave;small cell||Issue Date:||1-Jun-2022||Publisher:||IEICE-INST ELECTRONICS INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ENGINEERS||Journal Volume:||E105B||Journal Issue:||6||Start page/Pages:||729-736||Source:||IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS||Abstract:||
Currently, as the widespread usage of the smart devices in our daily life, the demands of high data rate and low latency services become important issues to facilitate various applications. However, high data rate service usually implies large bandwidth requirement. To solve the problem of bandwidth shortage below 6 GHz (sub-6G), future wireless communications can be up-converted to the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) bands. Nevertheless, mm-wave frequency bands su ffer from high channel attenuation and serious penetration loss compared with sub-6G frequency bands, and the signal transmission in the indoor environment will furthermore be a ffected by various partition materials, such as concrete, wood, glass, etc. Therefore, the fifth-generation (5G) mobile communication system may use multiple small cells (SC) to overcome the signal attenuation caused by using mm-wave bands. This paper will analyze the attenuation characteristics of some common partition materials in indoor environments. Besides, the performances, such as the received signal power, signal to interference plus noise ratio (SINR) and system capacity for di fferent SC deployments are simulated and analyzed to provide the suitable guideline for each SC deployments.
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