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Radio-on-radio-over-fiber: efficient fronthauling for small cells and moving cells
A mix of fiber and radio links would be enticing for economical fronthauling to little cells and moving cells. But, achieving connectivity by using wired-wireless media converters significantly increases system complexity, power consumption, and latency. A seamless combination of fiber and radio links in which photonics-based technologies are used to come up with and transmit radiowave signals is additional appropriate. In this article, we gift an overview of fiber-radio link combination for mobile signal transmission. We tend to propose an economical answer for future mobile fronthauling based mostly on the analog transmission of mobile signals over a bidirectional seamless system. We tend to discuss the potential as well as the challenges and views of the systems applied for mobile fronthauling in tiny-cell- and movingcell- primarily based networks. We also gift an indication-ofconcept demonstration of the transmission of mobile signals over the system. Satisfactory performance is obtained for different high-speed advanced signals. The transmission range over fiber links and the estimated range of the radio links are sufficiently long to facilitate the sensible implementation of the system. The system is scalable to include new deployments of small cells and wireless services using wavelength-division and subcarrier multiplexing techniques. It can give a high-speed, low-latency, and flexible resolution for fronthauling in new emerging wireless systems such as 5G networks.
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