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학술지 Solving the Data Overload: Device-to-Device Bearer Control Architecture for Cellular Data Offloading
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저자
양미정, 임순용, 박형준, 박남훈
발행일
201303
출처
IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, v.8 no.1, pp.31-39
ISSN
1556-6072
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MVT.2012.2234052
협약과제
12VI1100, 스마트 모바일 서비스를 위한 B4G 이동통신 기술 개발, 박남훈
초록
The explosive growth of the mobile user population and multimedia services are causing a severe traffic overload problem in the cellular network. The Third-Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has defined data offloading as a critical area to cope with this problem. Local IP access (LIPA) and selected IP traffic offload (SIPTO) are considered to be the typical technologies to implement cellular data offloading. Currently, device-to-device (D2D) communication has been proposed as a new dataoffloading solution. The D2D communication underlying a cellular infrastructure reduces the radio access network load as well as the core network load. The cellular network needs to establish a new type of radio bearer for D2D communications, and this bearer can provide the direct traffic path between devices. In this article, we propose a D2D bearer control architecture for D2D communications supported by a longterm evolutionadvanced (LTEA) infrastructure. This could be a feasible and efficient solution for offloading data from the cellular network. © 2005-2012 IEEE.
KSP 제안 키워드
Cellular networks, Control architecture, Core Network, Critical Area, Data overload, Efficient solution, IP traffic, Multimedia Service, Network load, Radio Access Network, Traffic offload