An Open Data Set about Multi-Provider Redundancy in Cellular Networks

Sabrina Pochaba, Christian Maier, Matthias Herlich, Peter Dorfinger (2024): An Open Data Set about Multi-Provider Redundancy in Cellular Networks In: IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM)

More and more applications are benefiting from the ever-increasing performance of wireless communication. Certain use cases in the mobility area (e.g. autonomous driving) demand particularly high reliability, which can be achieved through redundant transmission. In practice, however, it can be difficult to measure and study the precise benefit of redundancy for reliability and therefore, appropriate publicly available data sets are desirable. We provide such a data set about multi-provider redundancy in cellular networks: the performance metrics of redundant transmission channels are measured from a driving car, thus taking mobility into account. A statistical evaluation quantifies the effect of correlation on reliability empirically.

In the future, this data set can be used for more detailed and elaborate investigations of the influence of redundancy on reliability. The knowledge thus obtained, about the interaction between redundancy and reliability helps to make new safety- and time-critical applications amenable to wireless communication.

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