A Network Architecture using Super Base Station for Communication in Energy-Efficient Fifth-Generation Mobile Systems
Nowadays communication through mobile and internet has become a main part of daily life. In order to satisfy the mobile data traffic request and to increase the network coverage and capacity the wireless service providers use a heterogeneous network with technologies of multiple access and base stations. The significance of base station as a wireless access point has gained a serious attention. Volumes of large data are being transported through the base station and are isolated from each other. This makes sharing and allocation of hardware and radio resources of dissimilar types almost impossible within the overall network. The wireless service providers are thus facing heavy network operational expenditures. Large system power consumption is another one important issue. In this paper, a centralized architecture for radio access network is put forward as a prospective solution for an energy-efficient fifth-generation mobile communication system which is mentioned to us the super Base Station (super BS). The physical entities and logical functions of conventional base stations are decoupled by super base stations and so different types of resources in a system can be multiplexed statistically and shared horizontally all over the system among all the active base stations.
Heterogeneous network, Wireless access point, Radio resources, Communication systems, 5G.