Design of Solar System for LTE Networks

Design of Solar System for LTE Networks

Naglaa Kamel Bahgaat (Electrical Communication Department, Faculty of Engineering, Canadian International College (CIC), Giza, Egypt), Nariman Abdel Salam (Electrical Communication Department, Faculty of Engineering, Canadian International College (CIC), Giza, Egypt), Monika Mady Roshdy (Electrical Communication Department, Faculty of Engineering, Canadian International College (CIC), Giza, Egypt) and Sandy Abd Elrasheed Sakr (Electrical Communication Department, Faculty of Engineering, Canadian International College (CIC), Giza, Egypt)
DOI: 10.4018/IJESGT.2020070101
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Abstract

Rapid growth in mobile networks and the increase of the number of cellular base stations requires more energy sources, but the traditional sources of energy cause pollution and environmental problems. Therefore, modern facilities tend to use renewable energy sources instead of traditional sources. One renewable source is the photovoltaic panel, which made from semiconductor materials which absorb sunlight to generate electricity. This article discusses the importance of using solar panels to produce energy for mobile stations and also a solution to some environmental problems such as pollution. This article provides a design for a solar-power plant to feed the mobile station. Also, in this article is a prediction of all loads, the power consumed, the number of solar panels used, and solar batteries can be used to store electrical energy. Finally, an estimation of the costs of all components will be presented. Good discussion and conclusion will be presented about the results obtained. The results obtained are promising. In addition, a future plan is described to complete this important study.
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The use of traditional energies such as diesel and other types of fuel has significant damage to the environment and is one of the most important sources of environmental pollution in addition to the cost of production and therefore the world is currently moving to develop modern types of natural and renewable energies. There are many types of green energy used to produce electrical power like wind turbines, solar cells and other types as described in Figure 1 (Han & Ansari, 2013).

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