Millimeter-wave (mm Wave) networks are one of the main key components in next cellular and WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks).
mm Wave networks are capable of providing multi gigabit-per-second rates with very directional low-interference and high spatial reuse links.
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However, they are still suitable for low density WLANs and for next generation aerial micro cell stations.
Seeing that these COTS devices are not as directional as literature suggests, we analyze how channels are not as frequency stable as expected due to the large amount of reflected signals.To this end, we consider a Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM) channel as defined in the IEEE 802.11ad standard and show that in point of fact, these techniques are highly beneficial in mm Wave networks allowing for a range extension of up to 50%, equivalent to power savings of up to 7 d B.In order to increase the very limited spatial reuse of these wireless networks, we propose a centralized system that allows the network to carry out the beam training process not only to maximize power but also taking into account other stations in order to minimize interference.We perform a spatial reuse analysis and study the performance of these devices under user mobility, showing how robust the link can be under user movement.We also study the feasibility of having flying mm Wave links.Topic is the basic and strong element on which you will construct your research upon, thus, your research topic must address to an investigative issue and express the clear purpose of research.As per our experts’ assertion, many researchers get stuck at the topic formulation for their research in consumer behavior since it has many complex dimensions such as consumerism, demographic factors, and consumer psychographics etc.For backbone links, 60 GHz communications have been proposed due to its higher directionality and unlicensed use.This thesis fits in this frame of constant development of the mm Wave bands to meet the needs of latency and throughput that will be necessary to support future communications.In 2013, the first 60 GHz wireless solution for WLAN appeared in the market.These were wireless docking stations under the Wi Gig protocol.