On the Resilient Network Design of Free-Space Optical Wireless Network for Cellular Backhauling
Yuan Li , Nikolaos Pappas , Vangelis Angelakis , Michał Pióro , Di Yuan
AbstractWith the densification of nodes in cellular networks, free-space optics (FSO) connections are becoming an appealing low cost and high rate alternative to copper and fiber backhaul solutions for wireless communication systems. To ensure a reliable cellular backhaul, provisions for redundant, disjoint paths between the nodes must be made in the design phase. This chapter aims at finding a cost-effective solution to upgrade the cellular backhaul with pre-deployed optical fibers using FSO links and mirror components. A novel integer linear programming model to approach optimal FSO backhaul design, guaranteeing K-disjoint paths connecting each node pair is presented. Next, a column generation method to a path-oriented mathematical formulation is developed. Applying the method in a sequential manner enables high computational scalability. Realistic scenarios are used to demonstrate the proposed approaches which efficiently provide optimal or near-optimal solutions, and thereby allow accurate dealing with the trade-off between cost and reliability.
|Publication size in sheets||1.25|
|Book||Uysal Murat, Capsoni Carlo, Ghassemlooy Zabih, Boucouvalas Anthony, Udvary Eszter (eds.): Optical Wireless Communications. An Emerging Technology, Signals and Communication Technology, 2016, Springer International Publishing , ISBN 978-3-319-30200-3, [978-3-319-30201-0], 634 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-30201-0|
|Keywords in English||Free-space optic (FSO), Mirrors, Cellular backhauling, Mixed integer programming, K-connectivity|
|project||LTCC - Logical tunnel capacity control - a traffic routing and protection strategy for communication networks with variable link capacity. Project leader: Pióro Michał,
, Phone: +48 22 234-7383, application date 10-06-2015, start date 24-02-2016, planned end date 23-02-2019, IT/2016/badawczy/46, Implemented
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