Compal Electronics. has filed a patent for a network connection control system and method. The system includes user equipments, base stations, a server, and a processing unit. User equipments transmit network parameters to the server, which generates a QUBO matrix for optimizing connection configurations using a quantum annealing algorithm. The server then adjusts base station connection ranges accordingly. GlobalData’s report on Compal Electronics gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Optimized network connection control system using quantum annealing algorithm

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Compal Electronics Inc

A recently filed patent (Publication Number: US20240022987A1) describes a network connection control system that includes user equipment, base stations, a server, and a processing unit. The system operates by having each user equipment transmit network parameters to the server through the connected base station. The server then generates a QUBO matrix based on these parameters, which is processed by the processing unit using a quantum annealing algorithm to optimize the connection configuration between user equipment and base stations. The server then adjusts the connection range of each base station according to the optimized configuration to ensure the actual connection matches the optimized one.

The network parameters transmitted by the user equipment include information such as the number of resource blocks required for connection, RSRP (Reference Signal Received Power), and SINR (Signal-to-Interference-plus-Noise Ratio). The system aims to minimize the standard deviation in the total number of resource blocks used for connections in each base station under the optimized configuration. Additionally, the system can be applied to 5G networks, where the RSRP parameter is used to trigger base station switches based on specific conditions. The processing unit can utilize various quantum annealing algorithms such as SA, DA, SQA, or SBA to optimize the connection configuration efficiently.

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