Energy performance of 5G backhaul wireless network utilizing hybrid centric-distributed architecture

Hamza Mohammed Ridha Al-Khafaji, Hasan Shakir Majdi


This paper scrutinizes the influence of deployment scenarios on the energy performance of fifth-generation (5G) network at various backhaul wireless frequency bands. An innovative network architecture, the hybrid centric-distributed, is employed and its energy efficiency (EE) model is analyzed. The obtained results confirm that the EE of the 5G network increases with an increasing number of small cells and degrades with an increasing frequency of wireless backhaul and radius of small cells regardless of the network architectures. Moreover, the hybrid centric-distributed architecture augments the EE when compared with the distributed architecture.


5G, Energy efficiency, Backhaul traffic, Small cells, Mm-wave bands

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