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Modeling and Performance Analysis in Cache-enabled Millimeter Wave HetNets with Access and Backhaul Integration

  title={Modeling and Performance Analysis in Cache-enabled Millimeter Wave HetNets with Access and Backhaul Integration},
  author={Hao Wu and Chenwu Zhang and Hanchen Lu and Qiming Hu},
Recently, a mmWave-based access and backhaul integration HetNetsarchitecture (mABHetNets) has been envisioned to provide the high link capacity in both access and backhaul links. In mABHetNets, the access link and the backhaul link will share the same mm-wave spectral resources to serve cellular users as well as to maintain the backhaul capacity of the SBSs. However, a large spectrum bandwidth are occupied by the backhaul link to maintain the backhaul link capacity. Up to 50\% mmWave spectrum… 

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