Research and Development on Wireless Access Technology Based on Factor Analysis of Communication Quality Using Redundant Information
Kyoto University, Fukuoka University,
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International
In wireless communications, success or failure of communication can be observed, whereas in general, the factors that have impact on communication quality cannot be observed. These factors are becoming more complex as wireless communications are more densely deployed. The purpose of this research and development is to accurately analyze these factors and to realize efficient medium access control technologies that appropriately adjust wireless parameters.
Point of Research and Development
We call the information such as frame transmission duration and communication result (succes or failure) that contributes to identify the quality factors as “redundant information.” The redundant information is collected from wireless nodes/devices via wired backhaul and exploited for factor analysis of communication quality and efficient wireless access management technology using machine learning.
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