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7 - 3D-Based Base Station Deployment in Ultra-dense Networks

from Part II - Physical Layer Design

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 October 2020

Haijun Zhang
Affiliation:
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Jemin Lee
Affiliation:
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Tony Q. S. Quek
Affiliation:
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Chih-Lin I
Affiliation:
China Mobile Research Institute
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Summary

Due to the proliferation of smart devices, internet-of-things (IoT) devices, and device-to-device (D2D) communications, the amount of mobile traffic is ever-growing. To satisfy this skyrocketing wireless data traffic demand of mobile users, the densification of the network is unaviodable. However, the denser network not only improves the transmission rate, but also increases the impact of interferences. Therefore, careful deployment of base stations (BSs) is needed to guarantee the communication quality. This chapter provides insights into the deployment of BSs in the multi-layer ultra dense network (UDN). Throughout this chapter, we will model the channel between the BSs and a typical user equipment (UE) by considering the antenna height of the BSs and derive the expressions for the interference, the coverage probability, and the area spectral efficiency (ASE) of our considered multi-layer UDN using stochastic geometry. Through numerical results, we will show how the network performance can be maximized by selecting the proper antenna heights and the densities of BSs in the multi-layer UDN.

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Ultra-dense Networks
Principles and Applications
, pp. 107 - 126
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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