A Framework for Ultra Reliable Low Latency Mission Critical Communication
Mission-critical communication is one of the central design aspects of 5G communications. But there are numerous challenges and explicit requirements for development of a successful mission-critical communication system. Reliability and delay optimization are the two most crucial among them. Achieving reliability is influenced by several difficulties, including but not limited to fading, mobility, interference, and inefficient resource utilization. Achieving reliability may cost one of the most critical features of mission critical communication, which is delay. This thesis discusses possible strategies to achieve reliability in a mission-critical network. Based on the strategies, a framework for a reliable mission-critical system has also been proposed. A simulation study of the effects of different pivotal factors that affect communication channel is described. This study provides a better understanding of the requirements for improving the reliability of a practical communication system.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Related works -- Case studies for mission critical communication -- Strategies to achieve ultra-reliable M2M -- Adaptive mimo system with OSTBC -- Simulation results -- Conclusions and future aspects