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Fronthaul cell outage compensation for 5G networks
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We present a novel cell outage compensation approach using new SHRs added to each cell site in the 5G network. Expand
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Post-Disaster 4G/5G Network Rehabilitation Using Drones: Solving Battery and Backhaul Issues
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In this paper, we utilize a grid of drones to provide cellular coverage to disaster-struck regions where the terrestrial infrastructure is totally damaged due to earthquake, flood, etc. with a guaranteed minimum rate for each user. Expand
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Hybrid Cell Outage Compensation in 5G Networks: Sky-Ground Approach
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We present a novel cell outage compensation (COC) framework to mitigate the effect of the failure of any outdoor Base Station (BS) in 5G networks. Expand
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A novel approach for back-haul Self Healing in 4G/5G HetNets
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We introduce a novel pre-planned reactive SH approach for all network base-stations (BSs) back-hauling in a HetNet that ensures network reliability under multiple failures. Expand
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SURE: A Novel Approach for Self Healing Battery Starved Users Using Energy Harvesting
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A novel Self-healing of Users equipment by RF Energy transfer scheme is introduced between the network operator and battery starved users to heal and extend their battery life time by sending dedicated energy from different sources in order to be aggregated and harvested by starved users. Expand
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Short-Term and Long-Term Cell Outage Compensation Using UAVs in 5G Networks
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The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) has gained interest in wireless networks for its many uses and advantages such as rapid deployment and multi-purpose functionality. Expand
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Energy Efficient Data Forwarding in Disconnected Networks Using Cooperative UAVs
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We consider a multi-Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) system to convey collected data from isolated fields to the base station. Expand
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D3S: A Framework for Enabling Unmanned AerialVehicles as a Service
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We introduce a novel framework, dubbed D3S, which consists of four phases: demand, decision, deployment, and service. Expand