IEEE ETI-BNC Online Panel 2019: Networked-Flying Platforms: Paving the Way Towards Global Wireless Connectivity
Join us for IEEE ETI-BNC 4th Meeting: Online Panel: Networked-Flying Platforms: Paving the Way Towards Global Wireless Connectivity
Monday, Jul 1, 2019 9:00 am | 1 hour | (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Meeting number: 590 693 294
Agenda: Driven by an emerging use of Networked Flying Platforms (NFPs) such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned balloons in future network applications and the challenges that the 5G and beyond networks exhibit, the focus of this Panel discussions is to demonstrate the evolution of the NFPs as a novel architectural enabler for radio access network (RAN) and their integration with the future cellular access and backhaul/fronthaul networks. NFPs are networked, flying and a potential way to offer high data rate, high reliability and ultra-low latent access and backhaul/fronthaul to future wireless networks. Specifically, this panel will provide answers for the following:
• How NFPs can offer a reliable, high data rate and scalable solution to fronthaul the ultra-dense small cell deployment (NFPs deployment architecture, potential high data rate technologies, and NFP-small cell association)?
• How NFPs can enhance capacity and coverage for users and access networks (NFP placement, resource allocation and network and user/network centric approaches)?
• What are the economic, regulatory and industrial perspectives of deploying NPFs for cellular access and backhaul networks (total cost of operation and some latest regulations)?
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