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D2D Multi-Hop Energy Efficiency Toward EMS in B5G

EasyChair Preprint no. 9414

6 pagesDate: December 4, 2022


Beyond the fifth Generation (B5G) communication has attracted much attention from academia, industry, and mobile network operators due to network densification, ULLC, and enhanced energy and spectrum efficiency. However, the post-disaster Emergency Management System (EMS), which increasingly relies heavily on wireless communication infrastructure, is falling far behind in innovation and funding. Because the B5G concept represents a telecommunications industry revolution, EMS provisioning is intended to be dispersed, autonomous, and robust to network weaknesses caused by human and natural calamities. When the network is congested, partially functioning, or entirely isolated, we provide the multi-hops Device-to-Device (D2D) to extend the communication coverage area with improving energy efficiency. Furthermore, we examine D2D multi-hop energy efficiency performance in the proposed network. The results demonstrate that the improved D2D multi-hop energy efficiency can improve EMS effectively and efficiently in extending the coverage area and enhancing energy efficiency. Moreover, the proposed approach has been proven to increase energy efficiency which acts as a suitable network design to recover from natural disasters and potentially save many lives.

Keyphrases: B5G, D2D, EMC, energy efficiency, extending coverage area, optimal relay, post-disaster

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  author = {Asma Al-Mansor and Nor Kamariah Noordin and Abdu Saif and Saeed Alsamhi},
  title = {D2D Multi-Hop Energy Efficiency Toward EMS in B5G},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9414},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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