Synchronization in the simulation model of adaptive algorithms for positioning and control

Systems, networks and telecommunication devices


Bogdanov A. S.*, Shevtsov V. A.**

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), 4, Volokolamskoe shosse, Moscow, А-80, GSP-3, 125993, Russia



Location and management determination adaptive algorithms are intended to ensure the performance capacity of perspective mobile radio communication networks, where the function of positioning and control is transferred from the mobile radio network to subscriber’s mobile station. Developing local radio navigation field in the territory of mobile radio communication network generated at the cost of installation of radio navigation signals sources, implementing for the most part fully formed mobile communication network infrastructure is necessary for adaptive algorithms functioning. The simulation model under development is meant for studying perspective mobile radio communication system, employing adaptive algorithms for positioning and control. It should facilitate the solution of the problem of positioning within mobile radio communication system on the ground surface; give possibility to use network packet switching with arbitrary number of routing nodes, communications links haul and type as synchronization networks; use standard synchronization packs as BS equipment synchronization algorithms.

Thus, among the topical issues emerging when developing simulation model of a perspective mobile radio communication system are the issues of system and protocol selection, fundamental for providing high precision positioning of subscribers. Considering the wide use of packet switching networks as a basis for modern networks, the necessity of high precision synchronization, and synchronization algorithm functioning with minimum computational cost, it seems rational to use PTP protocol as a basic synchronization technique for imitation model of positioning and control adaptive algorithm, which provide functioning of the perspective mobile radio communication network.


radio, moving, location, GSM, UMTS, radio navigation, algorithm, synchronization, protocol, model


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