Uplink Channel Impulse Response Based Secondary Carrier Prediction

by   Prayag Gowgi, et al.

A typical handover problem requires sequence of complex signaling between a UE, the serving, and target base station. In many handover problems the down link based measurements are transferred from a user equipment to a serving base station and the decision on handover is made on these measurements. These measurements together with the signaling between the user equipment and the serving base station is computationally expensive and can potentially drain user equipment battery. Coupled with this, the future networks are densely deployed with multiple frequency layers, rendering current handover mechanisms sub-optimal, necessitating newer methods that can improve energy efficiency. In this study, we will investigate a ML based approach towards secondary carrier prediction for inter-frequency handover using the up-link reference signals.



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