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학술지 Design and Implementation of Traffic Generation Model and Spectrum Requirement Calculator for Private 5G Network
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저자
김대겸, 고명진, 김성현, 문성우, 천경열, 박승근, 김윤배, 윤현구, 최용훈
발행일
202202
출처
IEEE Access, v.10, pp.15978-15993
ISSN
2169-3536
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3149050
협약과제
21HH3500, 주파수 확보 및 공급 기반 기술개발, 박승근
초록
This paper proposes a neural 5G traffic generation model and a methodology for calculating the spectrum requirements of private 5G networks to provide various industrial communication services. To accurately calculate the spectral requirements, it is necessary to analyze the actual data volume and traffic type of industrial cases. However, because there is currently no suitable traffic model to test loads in private 5G networks, we have developed a generative adversarial network (GAN)-based traffic generator that can generate realistic traffic by learning actual traffic traces collected by mobile network operators. In addition, in the case of industrial applications, probability-based traffic models were used in parallel as there were not enough real data to be learned. The proposed 5G traffic generation model is combined with the proposed 5G spectrum calculation methodology, enabling more accurate spectrum requirements calculation through traffic simulation similar to a real-life environment. In this paper, the spectrum requirements are calculated differently according to two types of duplexing, namely frequency division duplexing (FDD) and time division duplexing (TDD). As a guide for companies aiming to provide advanced wireless connectivity for a wide variety of vertical industries using 5G networks, eight use cases defined in the 5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation (ACIA) white paper were simulated. The spectrum requirements were calculated under various simulation conditions considering varying traffic loads, deployment scenarios, and duplexing types. Various simulation results confirmed that a bandwidth of at least 22.0 MHz to a maximum of 397.8 MHz is required depending on the deployment scenario.
KSP 제안 키워드
5G Network, 5G spectrum, Calculation methodology, Communication services, Data Volume, Generation model, Industrial Communication, Mobile Network Operator(MNO), Probability-based, Real data, Spectrum Calculation
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