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RUDN University Mathematicians Propose a Platform for 6G Networks
By: SP Lomonosov
The fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks have only recently launched in several countries, but it is already clear that they will not match with the growing demands. The Research Center of 5G Wireless Networks Simulation at the RUDN University has already started advanced development of the next generation of mobile networks (6G). One of the disadvantages of 5G is the "classic", static network topology. This means that the configuration of the equipment (network nodes) does not change, and the load on different network nodes is not redistribute. RUDN University mathematicians have proposed a fundamentally new approach — a dynamic network topology.
"With the development of networks and a smooth transition to 5G & 6G networks, the number of subscribers' traffic will grow exponentially. Standard methods for improving communication channels are no longer working. Therefore, it is necessary to vector development of networks towards dynamically configurable systems", said Abdukodir Khakimov, the junior researcher at the Research Center of 5G Wireless Networks Simulation, Institute of Applied Mathematics & Communication Technology, RUDN University.
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RUDN University mathematicians conducted a number of simulations to check the REx platform, and also started to test the platform together with one of the telecom operators and several third-party services. In a real experiment, during peak periods, the load dropped to 30%. In the future, scientists plan to improve the methodology of traffic forecasting. To do this, mathematicians want to introduce machine learning methods and the ARIMA (Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average Model) time series analysis method into REx.