King's College London
Functional Splits in Cloud RAN
Centre for Telecommunications Research Department of Informatics, Kings College London
Ghizlane Mountaser, Maria Lema Rosas, and Toktam Mahmoodi
3rd Party Hardware and Software used
- Lime microsystems SDR
- Unmodified OAI UE code
- Modified OAI eBN code
The solution is tested using USRP B210, and is able to perform full end-to-end communication while meeting the latency requirement.
The solution does not currently work with the Lime SDR, as OAI UE cannot connect to the OAI eNB. This issue is currently being investigated.
Splitting the various functionalities of the radio access network (RAN) is one of the enablers of 5G. In this project, we experiment with different functional splits, to assess the ideal functionality split in the Cloud RAN architecture to maximise performance, while also optimising backhaul and fronthaul availabilities, and providing good QoS.
- Download full write up: “solution_for_hackathon.pdf”
- Contact e-mail: Ghizlane Mountaser - firstname.lastname@example.org