Rician $K$-Factor-Based Analysis of XLOS Service Probability in 5G Outdoor Ultra-Dense Networks

22 Apr 2018Hatim CherguiMustapha BenjillaliMohamed-Slim Alouini

In this report, we introduce the concept of Rician $K$-factor-based radio resource and mobility management for fifth generation (5G) ultra-dense networks (UDN), where the information on the gradual visibility between the new radio node B (gNB) and the user equipment (UE)---dubbed X-line-of-sight (XLOS)---would be required. We therefore start by presenting the XLOS service probability as a new performance indicator; taking into account both the UE serving and neighbor cells... (read more)

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