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Yago Agustin Illing Arizti, "Feasibility Study of the DyMoNet Approach," Bachelor Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), TU Berlin (TUB), November 2022. (Advisors: Gurjashan Singh Pannu and Fabian Missbrenner; Referees: Falko Dressler and Thomas Sikora)


There is an ever-growing demand for high bandwidth and low latency 5G services. As the radio frequency spectrum is limited, the dense deployment of small cell base stations (BSs) will play an important role to meet it. A static deployment of these small cell BSs is bound to high capital expenditures (CAPEX) since the peak demand to a network is reached at different locations over a day and therefore small cell BSs need to be installed at all of them. This is called overprovisioning, and it could be avoided with dynamic network resources, which move with their demand. The Dynamic Mobile Networks (DyMoNet) approach implements this by using small cell BSs, which are mounted on cars and are connected to the backhaul network via a wireless link. The premise of the DyMoNet approach is that a spatio-temporal correlation between the demand to a network and vehicle movement exists, and that therefore the network resources move automatically with their demand. The goal of this work is to first investigate if the spatio-temporal correlation is detectable and then to evaluate if moving base station (MBS) are effective in increasing network capacity, while maintaining Quality of Service (QoS) restrictions. To achieve this, I used data originating from Shanghai, which consists of GPS traces from taxis and buses and user records of a telecommunication company. The correlation between the usage of a mobile network and the vehicle traffic was measurable for both buses and taxis and increased in the hours and at the locations with peak demand. Additionally, I also observed that the correlation increases in more urbanized areas. On bases of the same data, I developed a simulation environment that mocks connectivity between users and the MBS. From the results of my simulation environment, I concluded, that a significant amount of users could be served and that the connection duration to an MBS is in a reasonable range to provide a service. These findings indicate DyMoNet to be a promising and feasible approach.

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    author = {Illing Arizti, Yago Agustin},
    title = {{Feasibility Study of the DyMoNet Approach}},
    advisor = {Pannu, Gurjashan Singh and Missbrenner, Fabian},
    institution = {School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)},
    location = {Berlin, Germany},
    month = {11},
    referee = {Dressler, Falko and Sikora, Thomas},
    school = {TU Berlin (TUB)},
    type = {Bachelor Thesis},
    year = {2022},

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