Mathematical Models for Wireless Access Networks
Cu Duc Toan1, Viktoriya V. Ling2, Olga V. Ledneva3, Sergey A. Kochkin4, Gulnara A. Saparbekova5
1Cu Duc Toan, Department of Information Science and Applied Mathematics, Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation.
2Olga V. Ledneva, Business Statistics Departments, Moscow University for Industry and Finance “Synergy”, Moscow, Russian Federation.
3Viktoriya V. Ling, Department of Business Informatics and Mathematics, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Industrial University of Tyumen”, Tyumen, Russian Federation.
4Sergey A. Kochkin, Department of Mathematical Analysis, Algebra and Geometry, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M. V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation.
5Gulnara A. Saparbekova, Department of Computer Engineering, Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Turkestan, Republic of Kazakhstan. Therefore
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Abstract: The goal of wireless access networks is the expansion of access from any device to achieve a completely seamless coverage that will ensure the functioning of not only client access, but also of infrastructure schemes. The paper analyzes the main types of wireless access networks and identifies the need to solve the problem of increasing the density of coverage in premises for the goals of seamless switching in 5G networks.The authors have identified the possibility of using multiple-input and multiple-output networks as the highest quality standard for ensuring a spatial distribution of networks and opportunities for the formation of uninterrupted access to services. The authors note that the decision is more suitable for industrial networks in which access and control are carried out continuously and remotely. The orthogonal polarized model of the antenna is used as the basis.The authors suggest a model that reduces delays in transmitting a signal in wireless access networks in loaded bands, presents a visual form of technological solution, and identifies the peculiarities of using standard equipment for implementing the Internet of Things, based on traditional wireless access networks, new multiple-input and multiple-output forms in radio channel. The authors show the possibility of expanding current networks that use the traditional structure of cellular communications and thereby creating coverage areas. As it is shown in the article, the formation of seamless coverage zones in this way makes it possible to implement systems of speed access and information exchange not only between base stations or receivers, but also between subscriber devices directly. In this regard, the authors disclose the possibility of separating p2p subscriber networks.
Keywords: Mathematical Model, MIMO, Network, Standard, Wireless Access
Scope of the Article: Wireless Communication