Millimeter Wave Point to Multipoint for Affordable High Capacity Backhaul of Dense Cell Networks

Magne, Francois and Ramirez, Antonio and Paoloni, Claudio (2018) Millimeter Wave Point to Multipoint for Affordable High Capacity Backhaul of Dense Cell Networks. In: 2018 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC). 2018 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC) . IEEE, ESP, pp. 120-125. ISBN 9781538617359

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Abstract

The economic impact of millimeter wave wireless networks is a key parameter for the future deployment of novel high capacity network architectures. The future deployment of high density small cells needs a flexible and affordable backhaul. The techno-economic analysis of two different wireless backhaul architectures at millimeter waves, in Point to Multipoint and Point to Point, will be discussed. The EU Commission H2020 TWEETHER “Travelling wave tube based W-band wireless networks with high data rate distribution, spectrum & energy efficiency” project aims to realize the first Point to Multipoint backhaul system at W-band (92-95 GHz) to providing a cost- effective solution for new generation networks. This paper will discuss and demonstrate the advantages of millimeter wave Point to Multipoint in term of Total Cost of Ownership and flexibility of deployment.

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