Fog Radio Access Networks (F-RAN) : Architectures, Technologies, and Applications Hardback
Part of the Wireless Networks series
This book provides a comprehensive introduction of Fog Radio Access Networks (F-RANs), from both academic and industry perspectives.
The authors first introduce the network architecture and the frameworks of network management and resource allocation for F-RANs.
They then discuss the recent academic research achievements of F-RANs, such as the analytical results of theoretical performance limits and optimization theory-based resource allocation techniques.
Meanwhile, they discuss the application and implementations of F-RANs, including the latest standardization procedure, and the prototype and test bed design.
The book is concluded by summarizing the existing open issues and future trends of F-RANs.
Includes the latest theoretical and technological research achievements of F-RANs, also discussing existing open issues and future trends of F-RANs toward 6G from an interdisciplinary perspective; Provides commonly-used tools for research and development of F-RANs such as open resource projects for implementing prototypes and test beds;Includes examples of prototype and test bed design and gives tools to evaluate the performance of F-RANs in simulations and experimental circumstances.
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- Pages:227 pages, 50 Tables, color; 81 Illustrations, color; 12 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 227 p
- Publisher:Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Publication Date:13/08/2020
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