Category Archives: Green radio

ICC 2017- a review

I was happy to attend the IEEE ICC conference for the first time. The conference was held in Paris, from 21 to 25 May. KEYNOTE SPEECHES: Almost all keynote speeches in the conference were  about 5G.  I was looking to … Continue reading

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Licentiate Defense on: Energy Efficient Machine-Type Communications over Cellular Networks

On 2th of December, I will present my thesis on “Energy Efficient Machine-Type Communications over Cellular Networks: A Battery Lifetime-Aware Cellular Network Design Framework”. You are most welcome to join us. Presentation: 2016-12-02, Sal B, Electrum, KTH, Kista Campus, Kista, … Continue reading

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D2D communications: an effective means for beyond frequency reuse >>1

Device-to-Device (D2D) communications has been gaining more popularity among researchers in both academia and industry. It has the potential to offload traffic from cellular networks, improve energy efficiency, and extend coverage, etc. D2D enables mobile devices in proximity to establish local links for data communications. D2D enables novel wireless … Continue reading

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Moving from “Cloud” to “Fog” Networks towards 5G Mobile Systems

5G network architecture will not be only about transmission of the information, it will be about integration of processing and storage of that huge information into the communication systems. Therefore traditional cloud servers located within the metro or at the … Continue reading

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Scientific Challenges towards 5G Mobile Communications?

The European COST Action IC1004 on “Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments” published its visions for the future of wireless in their White Paper on “Scientific Challenges towards 5G Mobile Communications” the other week. Sounded great, but I must say … Continue reading

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What is the main reason behind operator’s “green” strategies?

Environmental protection and cost savings are the most commonly used motivations for energy efficiency studies in academia. But how true is this? Are there actually some other “covered” reasons for operators to “push” to find solutions towards green mobile radio … Continue reading

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The 4G Deployment Challenge (Online Game) by Ericsson

  For all those radio network planners out there, think you are equipped with the necessary skills to deploy 4G network? Challenge yourself and colleagues to a fun game by Ericsson. You are a network planner who has been allocated … Continue reading

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How to achive 1000 times more capacity?

It looks like a there is a consensus about the expected data increase in upcoming 10 years. Operators and vendors are expecting 1000 times more traffic in 2020!! Unfortunately for operators it does not mean 1000 times more revenue. Dragan … Continue reading

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You cannot cheat on energy

Energy efficiency of wireless network is getting more and more popularity among the wireless research community. It is now difficult to find a conference not having a panel discussion about green technology. In IEEE PIMRC 2011, there was a panel … Continue reading

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Opening of VTC 2011 – Keynotes

VTC 2011 opened today in Budapest with two interesting keynotes that addressed the research challenges ahead in mobile data.   Magnus Frodigh, Director of Radio Access research in Ericsson, Chairman of Wireless@KTH and KTH/RST Alumn started on the theme “Navigating … Continue reading

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