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Green Heterogeneous Networks: Models, Issues and Separation
Date: 2014/4/21             Browse: 1160

Shunqing Zhang, Huawei Technology (Shanghai Research Lab)

Apr. 21, 16:50 to 17:50

ShanghaiTech, Building 8, Room 220

(Pizza dinner after the talk, supported by Huawei)


 In this talk, we will discuss the heterogeneous networks from the green radio point of view. Unlike the traditional academic presentation, which focuses on the mathematical analysis, we start with some detailed discussions on the base stations and their power models from the real measurement results. Heterogeneous network trends and the related energy issues are elaborated thereafter to motivate the network separation problem. To deal with this issue, a new way named functionality separation methodology is proposed and applied to the current wireless standard, including GSM, WCDMA and LTE. Numerical results show that the proposed scheme achieves significant energy reduction over traditional LTE networks, which can be recommended as a candidate solution for 5G green mobile networks.

Bio Info:

SHUNQING ZHANG (zhangshunqing received his B.E. degree from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, in 2005 and his Ph.D. degree from HKUST in 2009, respectively. After the graduation, he joined the Green Radio Excellence in Architecture and Technology (GREAT) project at Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., where he is currently the project leader. In the year 2012, he has joined National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program under No. 2012CB316000) and National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program under No. 2012AA011400) as the representative of Huawei Technologies. In his 10 years of research on cutting edge research on wireless/mobile networking and communication, he published more than 30 peer-reviewed research papers in top international conferences and journals, and holds more than 50 granted US/Chinese patents or patent applications. His current research interests include 5G radio access technology, energy-efficient resource allocation and optimization in cellular networks, joint baseband and radio frequency optimization, fundamental tradeoffs on green wireless network design, and other radio technologies for energy efficient transmission.


                                                                                                                  SIST-Seminar Series-14009