Mysuru: IETE Mysuru Centre organized the 22nd international webinar on “Achieving energy efficiency in high data rate transmission techniques for 5G systems” on 03rd June 2021. The webinar was presided by the Chief Guest Dr Paulo Montezuma, Professor, New University of Lisbon, Portugal, Prof. Nataraj C R, Chairman, IETE Mysuru centre, Dr Bhagyashree S R, Vice-chair, IETE Mysuru centre, Dean(Research) & Professor, Dept., of ECE, ATMECE, Mysuru, Dr Parameshachari B D, Hon., Secretary, IETE Mysuru centre, Professor & HOD, Dept., of TCE, GSSSIETW, Mysuru, Prof Shashidhara S Gokhale, Hon., Treasurer, IETE Mysuru, EXECOM Members of IETE Mysuru centre and participants from various colleges. The session was commenced by welcoming the Speaker, panel members and participants by Arpitha, Student, GSSSIETW, Mysuru. Introduction of Keynote Speaker was done by Bhoomika V Gujjar, Student, GSSSIETW, Mysuru. The mastering of the event was done by Suchira M, Student, GSSSIETW, Mysuru. The webinar was coordinated by Rajesh K M, Assistant Professor, Dept., of TCE, GSSSIETW, Mysuru, & Nayana C G, Assistant Professor, Dept., of TCE, GSSSIETW, Mysuru.
Dr Paulo Montezuma highlighted the insight about the fifth-generation (5G) wireless network aims to reduce a trade-off between wireless network performance (sustaining the demand for top speed packet rates throughout busy traffic periods) and energy potency (EE) by alternating 5G base stations’ (BSs) shift off/on primarily based on the traffic instant load condition and, at identical time, guaranteeing network coverage for mobile subscribers by the remaining active LTE BSs. The particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm was wont to verify the optimum criteria of the active LTE BSs (transmission power, total antenna gain, spectrum/channel information measure, and signal-to-interference-noise ratio) that achieves
maximum coverage for the complete space throughout the switch-off session of 5G BSs. For wireless networks (HetNets), space density with small cells and the use of large MIMO antenna components are great features for high data input, wide coverage, and energy efficiency (EE). However, ultra-dense deployment of small cells is considered to increase network management and increase power consumption on HetNets. To date, this paper begins by identifying features that make power consumption one of the most challenging problems in wireless communication networks.
The Session was concluded by thanking the participants by Sahana K J, Student, GSSSIETW, Mysuru. The webinar was attended by more than 100 participants from all over the country. This webinar was appreciated by the participants. They expressed that this webinar gave valuable inputs and most of the doubts related to “Achieving energy efficiency in high data rate transmission techniques for 5G systems” were cleared by the resource person.
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