Our MSc student Tomas Sap received the Dean's award for thesis "Deployment of Flying Base Stations in Emergency Sit… https://t.co/5s8iZknzvm
Paper "Optimization of Cell Individual Offset for Handover of Flying Base Stations and Users" accepted for publicat… https://t.co/W4ZxQ8BMio
Our #5G #testbed is interconnected with the 5G testbed in TU Munich, as demonstrated via #remotecontrol of a… https://t.co/E3vv5LuXcs
The aim of 6Gm is to propose new approaches and provide innovative solutions towards future 5G+ and 6G mobile networks. The 6Gm is oriented on topics related to mobility and radio resource management. This includes design of conventional as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence-based control and management algorithms for handover, power control, interference management, load balancing, self-optimization of radio access, cognitive radio, and energy efficient communications. The 6Gm also addresses network architecture issues including MEC, C-RAN and flexible radio access networks. From perspective of 5G+, 6G scenarios, our research is oriented towards scenarios encompassing device-to-device communications, flying base stations (drones, UAVs), IoT, vehicular communications, and intelligent transportation systems.