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Arndt Busse, "Simulation Model of the DyMoNet Architecture," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), October 2022. (Advisor: Gurjashan Singh Pannu; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora)


The 5G communication standard will utilize novel high frequency bands above 24GHz. Signals emitted in this frequency range have much worse propagation properties compared to previous communication standards. Classical stationary deployment of base-stations therefore requires very large amounts of base-stations to provide sufficient coverage, which increases the cost of the network. The DyMoNet (Dynamic Mobile Networks) approach seeks to lower the total amount of base-stations needed by exploiting a positive correlation in space and time between the demand for capacity and vehicular traffic. By placing base-stations on vehicles a network might be created that naturally densifies where the demand for capacity is high. The proposed thesis has implemented a simulation model with mobile base- stations, but has failed to evaluate the simulations results thoroughly.

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    author = {Busse, Arndt},
    title = {{Simulation Model of the DyMoNet Architecture}},
    advisor = {Pannu, Gurjashan Singh},
    institution = {School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)},
    location = {Berlin, Germany},
    month = {10},
    referee = {Dressler, Falko and Sikora, Thomas},
    school = {TU Berlin (TUB)},
    type = {Bachelor Thesis},
    year = {2022},

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