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Analysis of simulation tools supporting Network Slicing in 5G networks
Kislerová, Helena ; Mašek, Pavel (referee) ; Koláčková, Aneta (advisor)
The main goal of this bachelor thesis was to study the available network simulation tools supporting network slicing in 5G networks, their subsequent analysis and selection of the most suitable one based on this analysis. The second part of the work is focused on creating a simulation scenario in which the individual slices of the network are overloaded in some parts of the day. This scenario is then simulated and its results are evaluated at the end of the work.
Implementation and Performance Evaluation of the LoRaWAN Communication Technology Utilizing the NS-3
Bahna, Martin ; Možný, Radek (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with an implementation of the LoRaWAN wireless network within the NS-3 simulation environment. The thesis defines IoT in general, together with its technologies and types of communication between devices. Subsequently, the LPWAN technology is outlined, as well as its requirements and protocols that are most widely used with this technology. The thesis then describes the LoRaWAN technology in detail, its layers, network architecture and security. The practical part of this thesis sheds some light on the NS-3 simulation environment and the most suitable LoRaWAN module that was selected from the available ones. The chosen module is described in detail and imported to the NS-3 simulation environment. Two simulation scenarios are then performed. The first scenario is focused on the impact created by increasing the number of end devices in the network. The second scenario is focused on the impact created by increasing the distance between the end device and the gateway. The results of the simulations are recorded in the tables which are then used to display the given results in graphs. Last chapter deals with module modification where new frequency bands are implemented and theoretical setup of duplex and encrypted communication is described.
Laboratory Demonstrator for LPWA Technologies Enabling the Communication via the Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) Protocol
Dvořák, Radim ; Štůsek, Martin (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
As the number of wireless devices rises, so does the demand for reliable data transmission. To ensure the reliability of data transfers with such devices, suitable wireless technology, and a suitable transmission protocol have to be chosen according to the device capabilities and requirements. This thesis describes LPWA (Low-Power Wide-Area) technologies currently available on the market, both on licensed spectrum and non-licensed spectrum, focusing on licensed spectrum technologies (Narrowband Internet of Things, LTE-M) and also commonly used M2M enabled protocols for IoT devices. Furthermore, it compares those protocols from the communication parameters and data traffic perspectives with focus on overheads that further increase the amount of data transmitted but are necessary to ensure reliable data transmission. Lastly, it focuses on LWM2M protocol describing it to the detail and describes an LWM2M C++ library created as part of this thesis. In addition, a laboratory demonstrator was created utilizing this library.
Implementation and Performance Evaluation of the LTE Cat-M1 Communication Technology Utilizing the NS-3
Drápela, Zbyněk ; Číka, Petr (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with LTE Cat-M communication technologies and its implementation in the NS-3 simulation tool using the 5G-LENA NR module. The theoretical part describes LPWA technologies available in the Czech Republic. It also focuses on the LTE-M standard and especially LTE Cat-M1, which are described in more detail. The practical part describes the possibilities of LTE Cat-M1 simulation using simulation scenarios available for the older version of NS-3, and also some modifications to the current version of NS-3 and the 5G-LENA NR module are designed and implemented.
Implementation of IoT communication technologies in NS-3 simulation tool
Rehberger, Marek ; Mašek, Pavel (referee) ; Juráň, Radovan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals in its theoretical part with LPWA communication technologies in the licensed frequency spectrum, specific technologies LTE Cat-M1 and NB-IoT. The theoretical part summarizes the terms concerning to LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network), licensed and unlicensed technologies, SmartGrids, NB-IoT and LTE Cat-M1. The use of LPWA technologies in the field of SmartGrids is described and the idea of Smart Metering in buildings is used in the work. Subsequently, in the practical part for the LTE Cat-M1 technology, the implementation of communication scenarios for data transmission within SmartGrids is performed using the tools Network Simulator 3 (NS-3) and the LENA module. The results of the simulations are clearly processed in the form of graphs and tables.
Lighthouse for maritime communication
Chadima, Jan ; Mašek, Pavel (referee) ; Pospíšil, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with design and construction of lighthouse model, which will be used for teachning. It describes types of naval signalizacion, which are established by organization IALE in decree E-110. In thesis is described Arduino platform, metods of 3D printing and used materials For model needs was designed printed circuit board with microcontroller ATmega328P, which control RGB LED. Program, which control model, was writed on Arduino platform. Program has nine modes of sea light comunication. It can change periode, color of LED, brightness and turning on power saving mode. The result of this work is a functional model of lighthouse powerd by battery. Model is based on Green Cape Lighthouse in Australia in scale 1:58.
Practical Demonstrator for Maritime Navigation
Michlek, Ale ; Pospíšil, Jan (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of naval buoys and their types. The theoretical part is about the history, physical construction of buoys, different types of colors, and the rhythm of lights. In the second, practical part is described the process of creating a 3D model of a buoy, miniaturized HW for electrifying the buoy model, and programming the code for a given microcontroller. In the end, the possibility of further expansion options is outlined.
Implementation of mechanisms ensuring “RAN Slicing” in the simulation tool Network Simulator 3
Motyčka, Jan ; Mašek, Pavel (referee) ; Koláčková, Aneta (advisor)
This thesis deals with the topic of network slicing technology in 5G networks, mainly on the RAN part. In the theoretical part, basic principles of 5G network slicing in core network part and RAN part are presented. Practical part contains a simulation scenario created in NS3 simulator with LENA 5G module. Results of this simulation are presented and discussed with the emphasis on RAN slicing.
Implementation of the LTE Cat-M1 Communication Technology Using the Network Simulator 3
Maslák, Roman ; Možný, Radek (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
The Diploma work deals with the implementation of LTE Cat-M technology in the simulation tool Network Simulator 3 (NS-3). The work describe LPWA technologies and their use cases. In first are described the main parts of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication. Subsequently are described and defined the most used technologies in LPWA networks. Technologies which are used in the LPWA networks are Sigfox, LoRaWAN, Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) and Long Term Evolution for Machines (LTE Cat-M), where LTE Cat-M technology is described in more details. Simulations are simulated in simulation tool NS-3 and use LENA module. In NS 3 tool are simulated Simulations, which give us informations of Network state according to different Network set up. At the end are done changes of Radio Resource Control (RRC) states in NS-3 tool. These changes are required for correct implementation LTE Cat-M technology in NS-3 tool. Then we are able to simulate simulations, which meet to definition of LTE Cat-M technology.
Implementation of the LoRaWAN Communication Technology Using the Network Simulator 3
Mašek, Petr ; Pospíšil, Jan (referee) ; Mašek, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the description of LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) technologies for use in IoT (Internet of Things) communication scenarios. The theoretical part compares communication technologies operating in the license-exempt frequency band, i.e. Sigfox and LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network). Furthermore, technologies using the licensed frequency spectrum are discussed, specifically, attention is focused on NB-IoT (Narrow Band IoT). Emphasis is placed on LoRaWAN technology and the properties of the unlicensed frequency band below the 1 GHz, which is utilized by this technology. The practical part of the thesis consists of the evaluation of simulation scenarios using an integrated module in the simulation environment NS-3 (Network Simulator 3). Attention is focused mainly on the analysis of data transmission success using selected communication parameters of LoRaWAN technology. The obtained simulation outputs with a focus on mMTC (massive Machine-Type Communication) communication scenarios confirm the relationship between the number of end devices and gateways, communication distance and transmission reliability, or the limit value for the duty cycle.

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