Ultra Dense Networks for 5G and Beyond

Ultra Dense Networks for 5G and Beyond

This book presents new research related to the theory and practice of all aspects of ultra-dense networks, covering recent advances in ultra-dense networks for 5G networks and beyond, including cognitive radio networks, massive multiple ...

Author: Trung Q. Duong

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9781119473695

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 350

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Offers comprehensive insight into the theory, models, and techniques of ultra-dense networks and applications in 5G and other emerging wireless networks The need for speed—and power—in wireless communications is growing exponentially. Data rates are projected to increase by a factor of ten every five years—and with the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) predicted to wirelessly connect trillions of devices across the globe, future mobile networks (5G) will grind to a halt unless more capacity is created. This book presents new research related to the theory and practice of all aspects of ultra-dense networks, covering recent advances in ultra-dense networks for 5G networks and beyond, including cognitive radio networks, massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), device-to-device (D2D) communications, millimeter-wave communications, and energy harvesting communications. Clear and concise throughout, Ultra-Dense Networks for 5G and Beyond - Modelling, Analysis, and Applications offers a comprehensive coverage on such topics as network optimization; mobility, handoff control, and interference management; and load balancing schemes and energy saving techniques. It delves into the backhaul traffic aspects in ultra-dense networks and studies transceiver hardware impairments and power consumption models in ultra-dense networks. The book also examines new IoT, smart-grid, and smart-city applications, as well as novel modulation, coding, and waveform designs. One of the first books to focus solely on ultra-dense networks for 5G in a complete presentation Covers advanced architectures, self-organizing protocols, resource allocation, user-base station association, synchronization, and signaling Examines the current state of cell-free massive MIMO, distributed massive MIMO, and heterogeneous small cell architectures Offers network measurements, implementations, and demos Looks at wireless caching techniques, physical layer security, cognitive radio, energy harvesting, and D2D communications in ultra-dense networks Ultra-Dense Networks for 5G and Beyond - Modelling, Analysis, and Applications is an ideal reference for those who want to design high-speed, high-capacity communications in advanced networks, and will appeal to postgraduate students, researchers, and engineers in the field.
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5G and Beyond

5G and Beyond

This book provides an accessible and comprehensive tutorial on the key enabling technologies for 5G and beyond, covering both the fundamentals and the state-of-the-art 5G standards.

Author: Xingqin Lin

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030581978

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 543

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This book provides an accessible and comprehensive tutorial on the key enabling technologies for 5G and beyond, covering both the fundamentals and the state-of-the-art 5G standards. The book begins with a historical overview of the evolution of cellular technologies and addresses the questions on why 5G and what is 5G. Following this, six tutorial chapters describe the fundamental technology components for 5G and beyond. These include modern advancements in channel coding, multiple access, massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO), network densification, unmanned aerial vehicle enabled cellular networks, and 6G wireless systems. The second part of this book consists of five chapters that introduce the basics of 5G New Radio (NR) standards developed by 3GPP. These include 5G architecture, protocols, and physical layer aspects. The third part of this book provides an overview of the key 5G NR evolution directions. These directions include ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) enhancements, operation in unlicensed spectrum, positioning, integrated access and backhaul, air-to-ground communication, and non-terrestrial networks with satellite communication.
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5G and Beyond

5G and Beyond

Internet of things (IoT) for nextgeneration smart systems: a review of current challenges, future trends, and prospects for emerging 5G-IoT scenarios. IEEE Access On a Special Section On Antenna and Propagation for 5G and Beyond, Vol.

Author: Parag Chatterjee

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000531862

Category: Computers

Page: 244

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has seen the eventual shift to the "Internet of Everything" in the recent years, unveiling its ubiquitous presence spanning from smart transports to smart healthcare, from smart education to smart shopping. With the 5G rollouts across the different countries of the world, it raises newer perspectives toward the integration of 5G in IoT. For IoT-based smart devices, 5G not only means speed, but also better stability, efficiency, and more secure connectivity. The reach of 5G in IoT is extending in multifarious areas like self-driving vehicles, smart grids for renewable energy, AI-enabled robots on factory floors, intelligent healthcare services . . . The endless list is the real future of 5G in IoT. Features: Fundamental and applied perspectives to 5G integration in IoT Transdisciplinary vision with aspects of Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0, and hands-on practice tools Discussion of trending research issues in 5G and IoT As 5G technologies catalyze a paradigm shift in the domain of IoT, this book serves as a reference for the researchers in the field of IoT and 5G, proffering the landscape to the trending aspects as well as the key topics of discussion in the years to come.
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5G and Beyond Wireless Systems

5G and Beyond Wireless Systems

Mukesh Kumar Mishra, Aditya Trivedi, and Neelesh Mehra Abstract The exponential growth of wireless multimedia services and devices expect more spectrums to support the quality of service (QoS) of the fifth-generation (5G) and beyond ...

Author: Manish Mandloi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811563904

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 410

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This book presents the fundamental concepts, recent advancements, and opportunities for future research in various key enabling technologies in next-generation wireless communications. The book serves as a comprehensive source of information in all areas of wireless communications with a particular emphasis on physical (PHY) layer techniques related to 5G wireless systems and beyond. In particular, this book focuses on different emerging techniques that can be adopted in 5G wireless networks. Some of those techniques include massive-MIMO, mm-Wave communications, spectrum sharing, device-to-device (D2D) and vehicular to anything (V2X) communications, radio-frequency (RF) based energy harvesting, and NOMA. Subsequent chapters cover the fundamentals and PHY layer design aspects of different techniques that can be useful for the readers to get familiar with the emerging technologies and their applications.
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Spectrum Wars The Rise of 5G and Beyond

Spectrum Wars  The Rise of 5G and Beyond

This work will likely result in increased pressure on making additional spectrum available for 5G and beyond uses. Accordingly, enabling the use of spectrum for 5G and beyond uses, as well as developing standards for the radio access ...

Author: Jennifer A. Manner

Publisher: Artech House

ISBN: 9781630819170

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 240

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This exciting new book, which builds on the author’s previous book, Spectrum Wars: The Policy and Technology Debate, discusses the evolution of spectrum use and management caused by the rise of 5G and beyond in all wireless technologies, from terrestrial wireless, including mobile and fixed, to non-terrestrial including satellite and drone technologies. A survey of these new technologies and use cases are included, allowing the reader to understand the technical, operational, and commercial context of these systems. This book addresses how the traditional methods used in evaluating spectrum management have changed, including the use and need of low, medium, and high band spectrum to meet user demands and the use of tools such as spectrum sharing to make available much needed spectrum for 5G and beyond. The book also examines how governments are making additional spectrum available for all uses, including recent spectrum auctions, clearing, and shared networks. Public policy challenges, such as the digital divide and the impact of the pandemic, are explored in relation to their impact on spectrum management. Finally, the evolution to 6G that is already occurring, and the impact that 6G will likely have on spectrum management in the future, is reviewed. Written by an expert in the field, this book provides a thoughtful approach to the overall spectrum management regime from allocating spectrum to having it released into the market for 5G and beyond.
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Inclusive Radio Communications for 5G and Beyond

Inclusive Radio Communications for 5G and Beyond

CHAPTER 5G and beyond networks 6 Silvia Ruiza,b, Hamed Ahmadic,b, Gordana Gardaševi ́cd, Yoram Haddade, Konstantinos Katzisf, Paolo Graziosog, Valeria Petrinig, Arie Reichmanh, M. Kemal Ozdemiri, Fernando Velezj, Rui Pauloj, ...

Author: Claude Oestges

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128205822

Category: Computers

Page: 394

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Inclusive Radio Communication Networks for 5G and Beyond is based on the COST IRACON project that consists of 500 researchers from academia and industry, with 120 institutions from Europe, US and the Far East involved. The book presents state-of-the-art design and analysis methods for 5G (and beyond) radio communication networks, along with key challenges and issues related to the development of 5G networks. Covers the latest research on 5G networks – including propagation, localization, IoT and radio channels Based on the International COST research project, IRACON, with 120 institutions and 500 researchers from Europe, US and the Far East involved Provides coverage of IoT protocols, architectures and applications, along with IoT applications in healthcare Contains a concluding chapter on future trends in mobile communications and networking
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5G and Beyond Wireless Transport Technologies

5G and Beyond Wireless Transport Technologies

5G. Architecture. and. the. Roll. of. Wireless. Transport. 1.1 Introduction This text deals primarily with the key technologies that support wireless transport (Sect. 1.4) in fifth generation (5G) and beyond mobile systems.

Author: Douglas H Morais

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030740801

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 238

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This text covers the key technologies employed in wireless links that enable increased data rates and thus are likely to be employed in support of 5G wireless transport networks, i.e., backhaul, midhaul, and fronthaul networks. The author presents technologies at an introductory level but nonetheless at a level that imparts to the reader a sound understanding of the fundamentals. The book is intended for those practicing engineers and graduate and upper undergraduate students who have an interest in acquiring, where missing, the necessary technology background in order to comprehend the functioning and capability of 5G based wireless transport links. The author focuses on those technologies that are key to achieving the high data rates and high reliability required of this transport. The material is presented in a clear, concise, and mathematically light fashion. Covers key wireless transport (backhaul, midhaul, and fronthaul) technologies for 5G and beyond, presented in a clear tractable fashion; Outlines the basic wireless transport transmitter/receiver terminal architecture, provides specifications of some such terminals, and indicates the link performance afforded by such terminals; Provides sufficient mathematics to make it technically coherent, but not so much as to make it challenging for a reader with no or limited familiarity with these technologies.
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UAV Communications for 5G and Beyond

UAV Communications for 5G and Beyond

Besides the current chapter (Chapter 1), which gives an overview of integrating UAVs into 5G and beyond, Part I also include Chapter 2, which provides a comprehensive review on the air–ground propagation channel measurements and ...

Author: Yong Zeng

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119575696

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 464

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Explore foundational and advanced issues in UAV cellular communications with this cutting-edge and timely new resource UAV Communications for 5G and Beyond delivers a comprehensive overview of the potential applications, networking architectures, research findings, enabling technologies, experimental measurement results, and industry standardizations for UAV communications in cellular systems. The book covers both existing LTE infrastructure, as well as future 5G-and-beyond systems. UAV Communications covers a range of topics that will be of interest to students and professionals alike. Issues of UAV detection and identification are discussed, as is the positioning of autonomous aerial vehicles. More fundamental subjects, like the necessary tradeoffs involved in UAV communication are examined in detail. The distinguished editors offer readers an opportunity to improve their ability to plan and design for the near-future, explosive growth in the number of UAVs, as well as the correspondingly demanding systems that come with them. Readers will learn about a wide variety of timely and practical UAV topics, like: Performance measurement for aerial vehicles over cellular networks, particularly with respect to existing LTE performance Inter-cell interference coordination with drones Massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) for Cellular UAV communications, including beamforming, null-steering, and the performance of forward-link C&C channels 3GPP standardization for cellular-supported UAVs, including UAV traffic requirements, channel modeling, and interference challenges Trajectory optimization for UAV communications Perfect for professional engineers and researchers working in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles, UAV Communications for 5G and Beyond also belongs on the bookshelves of students in masters and PhD programs studying the integration of UAVs into cellular communication systems.
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Network Slicing for 5G and Beyond Networks

Network Slicing for 5G and Beyond Networks

Mobile and wireless communications system for 2020 and beyond (5G). Available: https://www.metis2020.com/documents/presentations/index.html 2. Chih-Lin, I., Rowell, C., Han, S., Xu, Z., Li, G., & Pan, Z. (2014).

Author: S. M. Ahsan Kazmi

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030161705

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 148

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This book provides a comprehensive guide to the emerging field of network slicing and its importance to bringing novel 5G applications into fruition. The authors discuss the current trends, novel enabling technologies, and current challenges imposed on the cellular networks. Resource management aspects of network slicing are also discussed by summarizing and comparing traditional game theoretic and optimization based solutions. Finally, the book presents some use cases of network slicing and applications for vertical industries. Topics include 5G deliverables, Radio Access Network (RAN) resources, and Core Network (CN) resources. Discusses the 5G network requirements and the challenges therein and how network slicing offers a solution Features the enabling technologies of future networks and how network slicing will play a role Presents the role of machine learning and data analytics for future cellular networks along with summarizing the machine learning approaches for 5G and beyond networks
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Efficient Integration of 5G and Beyond Heterogeneous Networks

Efficient Integration of 5G and Beyond Heterogeneous Networks

Abstract This chapter investigates resource management in 5G and beyond (5G+) heterogeneous networks (HetNets) for multi-homing connections. In such HetNets, channels from different networks vary at different timescales, which impacts ...

Author: Zi-Yang Wu

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811569388

Category: Computers

Page: 124

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This book discusses the smooth integration of optical and RF networks in 5G and beyond (5G+) heterogeneous networks (HetNets), covering both planning and operational aspects. The integration of high-frequency air interfaces into 5G+ wireless networks can relieve the congested radio frequency (RF) bands. Visible light communication (VLC) is now emerging as a promising candidate for future generations of HetNets. Heterogeneous RF-optical networks combine the high throughput of visible light and the high reliability of RF. However, when implementing these HetNets in mobile scenarios, several challenges arise from both planning and operational perspectives. Since the mmWave, terahertz, and visible light bands share similar wave propagation characteristics, the concepts presented here can be broadly applied in all such bands. To facilitate the planning of RF-optical HetNets, the authors present an algorithm that specifies the joint optimal densities of the base stations by drawing on stochastic geometry in order to satisfy the users’ quality-of-service (QoS) demands with minimum network power consumption. From an operational perspective, the book explores vertical handovers and multi-homing using a cooperative framework. For vertical handovers, it employs a data-driven approach based on deep neural networks to predict abrupt optical outages; and, on the basis of this prediction, proposes a reinforcement learning strategy that ensures minimal network latency during handovers. In terms of multi-homing support, the authors examine the aggregation of the resources from both optical and RF networks, adopting a two-timescale multi-agent reinforcement learning strategy for optimal power allocation. Presenting comprehensive planning and operational strategies, the book allows readers to gain an in-depth grasp of how to integrate future coexisting networks at high-frequency bands in a cooperative manner, yielding reliable and high-speed 5G+ HetNets.
Categories: Computers