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www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Green Radio: Outcomes and Future Prospects John Thompson and Tim O’Farrell With Support and Assistance From Simon Armour (Bristol), Vasilis Friderikos (KCL), Lajos Hanzo (Soton) and Simon Fletcher (NEC)
www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Energy and CO 2 emission Challenges 2 5 million Base Towers 0.8% World (290 Mtones) Talking Costs? Telecom India (per year) Electricity: 26 TWh Diesel: 3 billion litres Talking Costs? Telecom India (per year) Electricity: 26 TWh Diesel: 3 billion litres Base Stns cause 60-80% of network power consumption
www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Green Radio Project Structure 3 Network Architectureand Radio Techniques
www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Green Radio Project Outcomes There is no one magic bullet to save energy Rather we need to combine a range of solutions
www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Going Beyond Green Radio Tech Future network architectures Small cells vs Cloud base stations Self-organising and self-healing networks Energy efficiency of handsets Smartphones but not-so-smart battery technology Finding the balance between the network and handset Future energy sources Ensuring reliable energy sources beyond 2015 Renewable energy/off grid solutions embodied vs operational energy consumption Spectrum management issues Coordination of multiple licensed spectrum bands that are opening up via auctions and unlicensed spectrum Radio technologies to handle all the available bands!
www.mobilevce.com © 2012 Mobile VCE Green ICT Applications Future Cities Ubiquitous, invisible sensors Information harvesting and gathering Intelligent Cyber-physical systems Sustainable low carbon environments Digital Economy Reliable information infrastructure Low Carbon Manufacturing Sustainable communications systems Intelligent Transport Systems Low Carbon Vehicles and Transport Driverless Transport Systems Smart Roads and Junctions
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