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5G Multi-RAT LTE-WiFi Ultra-Dense Small Cells: Performance Dynamics, Architecture, and Trends
The ongoing densification of little cells yields an unprecedented paradigm shift in user expertise and network design. The foremost notable change comes from cellular rates being such as next-generation WiFi systems. Cellular-to-WiFi offloading, the quality modus operandi of recent years, is so shifting towards a true integration of each technology families. Users in future 5G systems can therefore probably be in a position to use 3GPP, IEEE, and other technologies simultaneously, thus as to maximize their quality of expertise. To advance this high-level vision, we have a tendency to perform a completely unique performance analysis specifically taking the system-level dynamics under consideration and therefore giving a true account on the uplink performance gains of an integrated multi radio access technology (RAT) solution versus legacy approaches. Additional, we have a tendency to advocate for an enabling design that embodies the tight interaction between the various RATs, as we have a tendency to lay out a standardization roadmap ready to materialize the envisaged design. 3GPP-compliant simulations have also been applied to corroborate the rigorous mathematical analysis and the prevalence of the proposed approach.
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