5G CELLULAR NETWORK’S DEVICE TO DEVICE COMMUNICATION: A STATE-OF-THE-ART-SURVEY

Surinder Singh Khurana, Sukhvinder Singh Bamber, Manju Bala

Abstract


Device to Device communication is a must required technology to support rapidly growing internet enabled devices. These devices are dependent on cellular technologies to access the data services. Device-to-device communication (D2D) allows the devices to communicate directly with each other in a cellular network without the use of the base station, as is done in the traditional 1G to 4G cellular systems. It allows for communication between devices without the use of any core network infrastructure but within the licensed band. It is becoming an increasingly popular concept especially when used in context of 5G cellular networks as it offers many advantages like lowering the communication cost, increasing the link reliability, gain in spectral efficiency and system capacity. This paper presents a state of the art survey in the field of D2D communication. Furthermore we also discussed open research issues in the field.

Keywords


Device to Device Communication; 5G; Data Offloading; Inband Communication; Outband Communication

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