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5G@PL

WirelessOptimization

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The 5G@PL project aims to develop the comprehensive policy and implement a 5G network in Poland. Prompt and effective implementation of the 5G network, including services and applications based on new systems, will allow our country to become a leader in the use of new 5G technologies. Taking into account the benefits for the domestic economy, the implementation of the policy will provide a technological breakthrough thanks to the ability of Polish companies and startups to innovate services and applications based on the functionality offered by 5G. The ability to participate directly in the test phases and in consequence in the implementation of innovative 5G scenarios in the real environment will allow the Polish entities to gain significant technological advantage, giving them the possibility of effective competition on European and global markets. In addition, the implementation of the policy will contribute to provisioning of sustainable development of 5G networks throughout the country, ensuring consistent access to 5G services for all residents, thus preventing the emergence of areas without access to the 5G network and counteracting the marginalization of less developed economic, institutional and infrastructural regions.

Coordinator: J. Mongay Batalla

Granted by Poland’s National Science Center for the years 2018-2021 within the OPUS programme, this research activity considers the problem of optimising packet routing and transmission scheduling in wireless networks. The particular focus is on multi-hop wireless networks with broadcast transmission that serve multicast packet streams, important examples of which are wireless mesh networks (for example providing affordable Internet access for local communities) and wireless sensor networks (for instance providing connectivity for IoT applications). The goal is to develop a rigorous, yet algorithmically effective, comprehensive theoretical framework for multi-hop multicast packet transfer optimization, which will also enable fast (as compared to simulation) and reliable traffic performance analysis. The project will analyse traffic handling benefits that result from applying multicast instead of unicast transfer protocols for multicast applications, and, in consequence, identify applications which would substantially benefit from introducing multicast transfer.

Coordinator: M. Pióro