Department of Business Development and Technology

Ambuj Kumar

Self Configurable Intelligent Distributed Antenna System for Holistic Resource Management in a Complex Network Environment

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Since its dawn in mid-1980’s, till the present time, the mobile cellular communication (MCC) has been following a common silhouette of the network architecture. In every generation of mobile cellular technology, the final radiating elements or antennas are exclusively mapped to their respective base stations (BS). Moreover, in earlier generations of MCC, antennas were deemed collocated with their respective BSs. Later, the concepts like distributed antenna systems (DAS) and cloud RAN made it possible to place these antennas distant from their respective BSs. However, being mapped with their respective base stations, spectrum pooling and management at antenna end is not efficient. The situation worsens in futuristic Heterogeneous and Dense-net conditions in an area of interest. In this paper, we propose a DAS based intelligent architecture referred to as self configurable intelligent distributed antenna system that can simultaneously accommodate multilayer communication environment over a common BS.
Original languageEnglish
JournalWireless Personal Communications
Pages (from-to)631–640
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2018

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