IEICE Transactions on Communications
Online ISSN : 1745-1345
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Special Section on Technology Trials and Proof-of-Concept Activities for 5G Evolution and Beyond
Dynamic Terminal Connection Control Using Multi-Radio Unlicensed Access for 5G Evolution and Beyond
Toshiro NAKAHIRATomoki MURAKAMIHirantha ABEYSEKERAKoichi ISHIHARAMotoharu SASAKITakatsune MORIYAMAYasushi TAKATORI
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2021 Volume E104.B Issue 9 Pages 1138-1146

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In this paper, we examine techniques for improving the throughput of unlicensed radio systems such as wireless LANs (WLANs) to take advantage of multi-radio access to mobile broadband, which will be important in 5G evolution and beyond. In WLANs, throughput is reduced due to mixed standards and the degraded quality of certain frequency channels, and thus control techniques and an architecture that provide efficient control over WLANs are needed to solve the problem. We have proposed a technique to control the terminal connection dynamically by using the multi-radio of the AP. Furthermore, we have proposed a new control architecture called WiSMA for efficient control of WLANs. Experiments show that the proposed method can solve those problems and improve the WLAN throughput.

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