Automatic Planning Algorithm of 300 GHz Backhaul Links Using Ring Topology

In the future, the base stations are expected to be deployed with higher density. To save cost and man forces, wireless links operating at 300 GHz can replace conventional cable-based backhaul connections. One of the goal of Horizon 2020 EU-Japan project ThoR is to design automatic planning tools for 300 GHz wireless backhaul network. To accomplish this task, a novel planning tool has been developed to plan backhaul links with the usage of a ring topology. To evaluate the proposed tool’s functionality, system-level simulations are conducted with an in-house developed mobile network simulator. In this paper, the algorithm of the new planning tool for 300 GHz wireless backhaul network is introduced and the SINR characteristics of the planned THz links are evaluated using 3D ray optical path loss predictions. For that, a realistic scenario of an ultra-dense cellular network in Hanover, Germany, is used with the diverse tropospheric climate conditions.


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