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Proposal Scheme of a D2D Communication in Smart Shipyard
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 Title & Authors
Proposal Scheme of a D2D Communication in Smart Shipyard
Kim, Su-Hyun; Lee, Seong Ro; Min, Sang-Won;
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 Abstract
Smart shipyard, all of the business of shipyard by using a mobile application, and the rapid spread of smart equipment, the overload of infrastructure due to a variety of mobile services is expected. Because macrocell and femtecell to reduce the overloading of existing infrastructure, additional core network devices have a problem, in this paper, the efficiency of resources than the communication over the existing infrastructure smart shipyard network to improve, to apply the D2D communication technology that can reduce the load on the infrastructure. The proposed routing path plan in accordance with the transfer method and the traffic type of network configuration and D2D equipment navigation and data for applying a smart shipyard. Whether to execute the function to overload traffic in the core network can send to the optimized path was confirmed by using the state transition diagram. Smart shipyard, by applying D2D communication allow efficient traffic handling than conventional communication method.
 Keywords
D2D Communication;LTE;Smart Shipyard;
 Language
Korean
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