Create intelligent 3D maps will help to avoid dead zones in the introduction of 5G

23.11.2016

On the website "it-hack.ru" published article Kadysheva E. "Creating intelligent 3D maps will help to avoid “dead zones” in the introduction of 5G". It discusses the creation of smart cards in the UK. The full article is available on the link.

Next generation networks 5G will offer consumers more high transfer rate and increased bandwidth for activities such as streaming video.

The planning tool will use for its 3D models of mapping data with high resolution aerial photographs

But experts say that higher frequency signals have less range than the modern 3G and 4G signals. They are more susceptible to interference "even from rain drops and the rustling of leaves”.


3D card models of buildings, structures, hills, trees

Maps can predict how 5G will perform its functions. Of course not playing, and detailed 3D maps with models of buildings, structures, hills, trees, and cycles in the weather all that could interfere with 5G connection.

Researchers will be able to test objects in various places and instantly see how they can affect the quality of communication. One analyst said the tool will help the network to provide wider coverage.

The planning tool will use for its 3D models of mapping data with high resolution aerial photographs. Weather data will be provided by the Weather Bureau. Thus, the station can be set optimally, to produce a high level of coverage and call quality.

The detail of the created maps is that, according to cartographers, it includes even cycles of vegetation, to determine how the trees might affect the coverage of 5G in different seasons.

Source: GIS-Association

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