Energy Efficiency Performance in Telecommunication System Development


Mohammed Jamal Al-Mansor, Saif uldun mostfa kamal
Department of Computer technology engineering, Iraq University College, Basra, Iraq.
Huda Mohammed Alnoor
Department of Electrical engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia.


For extending coverage and increasing capacity in wireless networks, a promising solution is the deployment of heterogenous networks (HetNets). In this network, low power nodes as well as high power nodes coexist. For now, in order to support the next generation (5G) network, various advanced technologies such as massive multi-input (MIMO), cloud radio access networks (C-RAN), and device-to-device (D2D) communications have been suggested as competent candidates. As single technology is unable to fulfill the intended 5G requirements, it is worth investigating the effect of combining multiple technologies in a single system. This research presents a thorough theoretical analysis, conducted in order to evaluate the network performance in various settings where multiple 5G techniques are employed.