Automatic Planning of NLOS Backhaul Links at 300 GHz arranged in Star Topology

In 5G and Beyond networks the ultra-densification of networks will require ultra-high backhaul capacities for a very large number of base station locations, especially in urban areas. Since fibre connections will not be available everywhere, the use of spectrum at 300 GHz and beyond might enable the complementary use of wireless backhaul solutions to nearby fibre connected hubs. In some cases a line-of-sight connection is not available and the backhaul connection might be realized using one refection. In this paper a planning algorithm is presented, which automatically identifies possible wireless links taking into account none-line-of-sight connections in backhaul networks arranged in star topology.


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