A performance analysis of cell-free mmWave networks
Nina Grosheva, PhD Student at IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, Spain
A cell-free system is composed of many distributed APs which simultaneously serve a smaller number of clients. It eliminates network division into cells, allowing for users to be served by multiple APs at the same time. The cell-free concept has been proposed as the next evolution of massive MIMO systems, as well as for enabling dense mmWave networks. The goal is to increase network resilience, improve spectral efficiency and provide uniformly good service to all users.
In this talk, I will introduce cell-free networks, with a particular focus on how the concept can be exploited to improve mmWave network resilience in dense, high-interference scenarios. I will also present the results from a performance analysis of cell-free mmWave networks that both compares the performance with standard cellular networks and identifies the main performance limitations for cell-free mmWave networks.
About Nina Grosheva
Nina Grosheva is a PhD student in Telematics at the University of Carlos III. Her research interest is in mmWave networks, with a particular focus on MAC and network layer design and analysis. Previously, she completed an MSc in Communications Engineering at RWTH Aachen University and a BSc in Electrical Engineering at Saint Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje.
This event will be conducted in English