LTE/Wi-Fi Coexistence on a Flexible Software Defined Radio Testbed
AffiliationComputational Science Program, The University of Texas at El Paso
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at El Paso
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CitationElahi, M. M., Valdez, K. J., & Gonzalez, V. (2022). LTE/Wi-Fi Coexistence on a Flexible Software Defined Radio Testbed. International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, 57.
AbstractThe rapid rise in usage of mobile devices have not shown any signs of flattening or slowing down. Some efforts in the standardization bodies are underway to define new ways to boost data rate, network capacity and lower the latency by enhancing existing 4G technologies and by incorporating new technologies in 5G. Since lower spectrum has fewer resources, the LTE of unlicensed spectrum LTE-U is being proposed to extend LTE to unlicensed spectrum. Streaming data traffic for licensed spectrum on LTE-U can improve the performance of the system significantly. In this paper LTE-U deployment by the LAA is implemented using the LBT mechanism on a flexible SDR testbed.