Mobility management of D2D communication for the 5G cellular network system: A study and result
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- 2017 17th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies, ISCIT 2017, 2018, 2018-January pp. 1 - 6
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© 2017 IEEE. Wireless devices connected to the networks have been increasing remarkably for the last couple of decades. Ubiquitous voice and data connection are the key requisite for the next generation of wireless technology. Device to Device communication is widely known as D2D communication which is a new paradigm of cellular communication, and it was initially proposed to boost the network performance. It takes place when two devices communicate directly without taking significant help from the base station. Similar to other wireless communication systems, mobility management for the D2D communication is a big challenge which is yet to explore properly. Mobility management of D2D communications was enlightened in few papers. It should be managed in such a smart way in a cellular network that should enable lower latency, lower power consumptions, less complexity and last but not the least possible uninterrupted data connections which are primarily the requirements of next generations mobile cellular network. This paper extends our algorithm paradigm of mobility management of D2D communication that was proposed and published previously. We come up with the simulation results in this paper that validate our proposed model. However, we also highlight the D2D communications and mobility issues within it.
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