Faculty mentor: Jacobus Van der Merwe
Software-defined Radio Access Networks (SD-RANs) enable unparalleled flexibility and the opportunity to customize and/or optimize network operations. In particular, network function virtualization suggests that network functions are no longer tightly coupled to any specific hardware instance or location. In this project, we present our work on BoTM, basestation-on-the-move, where we exploit network function virtualization in an SD-RAN environment to dynamically “move” a mobile base station.
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