Dual-hop Blockchain Radio Access Networks for Advanced Coverage Expansion

Dual-hop Blockchain Radio Access Networks for Advanced Coverage Expansion

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T. Sachinidis, A. A. Boulogeorgos, P. Sarigiannidis: Dual-hop Blockchain Radio Access Networks for Advanced Coverage Expansion. 10th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST 2021), 2021, (to appear).

Abstract

Dynamic dual-hop relaying network topologies that enable access to end-users through intermediate individual and commercial, static as well as moving, infrastructures are expected to become fundamental pillars of the sixth-generation wireless systems. Their main requirement is to ensure end-users information privacy. Motivated by this, the current contribution focuses on introducing a dual-hop blockchain radio access network (DH-BRAN) topology for dynamic coverage expansion. To analyze the performance of this topology, we present the theoretical framework that captures its characteristics. Building upon it, the DH-BRAN performance, in terms of latency and waiting probability, is quantified. Our results reveal that DR-BRAN can be employed in several realistic use-cases and that there exists a trade-off between latency and security.

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    @conference{Sachinidis2021,
    title = {Dual-hop Blockchain Radio Access Networks for Advanced Coverage Expansion},
    author = {T. Sachinidis and A. A. Boulogeorgos and P. Sarigiannidis},
    year  = {2021},
    date = {2021-07-05},
    booktitle = {10th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST 2021)},
    abstract = {Dynamic dual-hop relaying network topologies that enable access to end-users through intermediate individual and commercial, static as well as moving, infrastructures are expected to become fundamental pillars of the sixth-generation wireless systems. Their main requirement is to ensure end-users information privacy. Motivated by this, the current contribution focuses on introducing a dual-hop blockchain radio access network (DH-BRAN) topology for dynamic coverage expansion. To analyze the performance of this topology, we present the theoretical framework that captures its characteristics. Building upon it, the DH-BRAN performance, in terms of latency and waiting probability, is quantified. Our results reveal that DR-BRAN can be employed in several realistic use-cases and that there exists a trade-off between latency and security.},
    note = {to appear},
    keywords = {Blockchain, Coverage, Radio Access Network},
    pubstate = {published},
    tppubtype = {conference}
    }
    
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