Improving the quality of experience in terms of SINR by modelling a millimetre wave pico-cellular network: a potential (5G) cellular network with a pico-cell technology deployment at 28 GHz operating frequency
Fifth generation technology (5G) is causing researchers to find ways to maximise the mobile telecommunication network capacity. This term has led to the discovery that there is a vast spectrum in the millimetre wave (mmWave) band between 3 GHz and 300 GHz which can be used to deploy small-cell technology over a highly populated service area. This paper proposes a 5G cellular system with a multi-pico cell deployment at 28 GHz operating frequency in order to reduce the signal-to-interference-noise ratio and thus improve the quality of user experience (QoE). Our study also provides a comparison between the suggested mmWave model and the cellular Fourth Generation/Long Term Evolution (4G/LTE) at 1900 MHz. We established and tested both systems over a 1.2 km² service area. Finally, we investigated that our proposed system enabled a cell throughput three times the maximum cell throughput of 4G/LTE1900.