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May 9, 2022, 1:11 a.m. | David Gesbert, Omid Esrafilian, Junting Chen, Rajeev Gangula, Urbashi Mitra

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The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) as flying radio access network
(RAN) nodes offers a promising complement to traditional fixed terrestrial
deployments. More recently yet still in the context of wireless networks,
drones have also been envisioned for use as radio frequency (RF) sensing and
localization devices. In both cases, the advantage of using UAVs lies in their
ability to navigate themselves freely in 3D and in a timely manner to locations
of space where the obtained network throughput …

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