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IEEE 802.21 MEDIA INDEPENDENT HANDOVER DCN: 21-11-0052-00-srho Title: Introduction of IEEE 802.16 PPC Hierarchical Networks Date Submitted: March 16, 2011 Presented at IEEE 802.21 session #43 in Singapore Authors or Source(s): Hyunho Park, Junghoon Jee, Changmin Park Abstract: Introduction of IEEE 802.16 PPC Hierarchical Networks 1 21-11-0052-00-srho
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Introduction Problems – Explosive growth in mobile data demand Studies by Cisco suggest 66x growth in mobile internet traffic, from 2008-2013 – Flattering revenues for network operators From voice centric (“minutes of use”) to data centric (“flat-rate”) Hierarchical Networks (HN) for the solution – Single RAT HN – Multi-RAT HN Benefits of Hierarchical Networks – Cost/bit capacity enhancements – Client QoS, Coverage etc. are enhanced 3 21-11-0052-00-srho
Single RAT HN Multi-tier Networks – Increases areal capacity (bps/Hz/square meters) Client Tier – Reduces power consumption and interference to a neighbor cell 4 In-band Client cooperation (In-band CC) 21-11-0052-00-srho
Multi-RAT HN Virtual Carrier – A Multi-RAT device can communicate IEEE 802.16 BS through IEEE 802.11 AP Multi-RAT CC (Client Cooperation) – Enhanced Tethering 5 21-11-0052-00-srho
Technical Requirements for the HN Enhanced coordination between devices, between cells in the same tier and multi-tiers Enhanced interference mitigation Enhanced spectrum utilization Seamless mobility of connection flows among Multi- RATs – E.g. selective data offloading, handover Enhanced interworking with other RAT – E.g. IEEE 802.11 AP ↔ IEEE802.16 BS Collaboration between Multi-RAT devices 6 21-11-0052-00-srho
BS-AP Interworking Example of interworking IEEE 802.16 BS and IEEE 802.11 AP 7 IEEE 802.16BS and an IEEE 802.11 AP interaction – IEEE 802.16 BS manages or coordinates the IEEE 802.11 APs under its coverage. – Can provide low- access latency and enhanced networking 21-11-0052-00-srho
Multi-RAT HN Architecture AMS: Advanced Mobile Station ABS: Advanced Base Station 8 Virtual carrier & BS-AP interworking Multi-RAT CC 21-11-0052-00-srho
Discussion 9 21-11-0052-00-srho
Reference C80216ppc-11_0007r3.doc, Updated text on Study Report proposed by the Ad-hoc, Inuk Jung 21-11-0052-00-srho10
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