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Title Towards 5G : applications, requirements & candidate technologies / edited by Rath Vannithamby and Shilpa Talwar
Published Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2017
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Contents List of Contributors xv -- List of Acronyms xix -- About the Companion Website xxxi -- Part I Overview of 5G 1 -- 1 Introduction 3 / Shilpa Talwar and Rath Vannithamby -- 1.1 Evolution of Cellular Systems through the Generations 3 -- 1.2 Moving Towards 5G 4 -- 1.3 5G Networks and Devices 5 -- 1.4 Outline of the Book 7 -- References 8 -- 2 5G Requirements 9 / Anass Benjebbour, Yoshihisa Kishiyama, and Takehiro Nakamura -- 2.1 Introduction 9 -- 2.2 Emerging Trends in Mobile Applications and Services 10 -- 2.3 General Requirements 15 -- References 21 -- 3 Collaborative 5G Research within the EU Framework of Funded Research 23 / Michael Faerber -- 3.1 Rationale for 5G Research and the EU's Motivation 23 -- 3.2 EU Research 25 -- References 33 -- 4 5G: Transforming the User Wireless Experience 34 / David Ott, Nageen Himayat, and Shilpa Talwar -- 4.1 Introduction 34 -- 4.2 Intel's Vision of 5G Technologies 34 -- 4.3 Intel Strategic Research Alliance on 5G 40 -- 4.4 ISRA 5G Technical Objectives and Goals 40 -- 4.5 ISRA 5G Project Summaries 42 -- References 50 -- Part II Candidate Technologies -- Evolutionary 53 -- 5 Towards Green and Soft 55 / Chih-Lin I and Shuangfeng Han -- 5.1 Chapter Overview 55 -- 5.2 Efforts on Green and Soft 5G Networks 56 -- 5.3 Rethink Shannon: EE and SE Co-design for a Green Network 57 -- 5.4 "No More Cell" for a Green and Soft Network 67 -- 5.5 Summary 75 -- Acknowledgments 76 -- References 76 -- 6 Proactive Caching in 5G Small Cell Networks 78 / Ejder Baştuğ, Mehdi Bennis, and Mérouane Debbah -- 6.1 Small Cell Networks: Past, Present and Future Trends 78 -- 6.2 Cache-enabled Proactive Small Cell Networks 80 -- 6.3 System Model 81 -- 6.4 Proactive Caching at Base Stations 82 -- 6.5 Proactive Caching at User Terminals 85 -- 6.6 Related Work and Research Directions 90 -- 6.7 Conclusions 95 -- Acknowledgments 95 -- References 95 -- 7 Modeling Multi-Radio Coordination and Integration in Converged Heterogeneous Networks 99 / Olga Galinina, Sergey Andreev, Alexander Pyattaev, Mikhail Gerasimenko, Yevgeni Koucheryavy, Nageen Himayat, Kerstin Johnsson, and Shu-ping Yeh
11.1 Introduction 222 -- 11.2 Non-orthogonal Multiple Access 225 -- 11.3 Smart Vertical MIMO 238 -- 11.4 Conclusion 247 -- References 248 -- 12 M2M Communications 250 / Rapeepat Ratasuk, Amitava Ghosh, and Benny Vejlgaard -- 12.1 Chapter Overview 250 -- 12.2 M2M Communications 250 -- 12.3 LTE Evolution for M2M 253 -- 12.4 5G for M2M Communications 270 -- 12.5 Conclusion 273 -- References 274 -- 13 Low-latency Radio-interface Perspectives for Small-cell 5G Networks 275 / Toni Levanen, Juho Pirskanen, and Mikko Valkama -- 13.1 Introduction to Low-latency Radio-interface Design 275 -- 13.2 Small-cell Channel Environment Considerations and Expected Traffic 277 -- 13.3 New Radio-interface Design for Low-latency 5G Wireless Access 283 -- 13.4 Extending the 5GETLA Reference Design to Millimeter-Wave Communications 296 -- 13.5 Conclusions and Open Research Topics 299 -- Part III Candidate Technologies -- Revolutionary 303 -- 14 New Physical-layer Waveforms for 5G 305 / Gerhard Wunder, Martin Kasparick, Peter Jung, Thorsten Wild, Frank Schaich, Yejian Chen, Gerhard Fettweis, Ivan Gaspar, Nicola Michailow, Maximilian Matthé, Luciano Mendes, Dimitri Kténas, Jean-Baptiste Doré, Vincent Berg, Nicolas Cassiau, Slawomir Pietrzyk, and Mateusz Buczkowski -- 14.1 Why OFDM Fails 305 -- 14.2 Unified Frame Structure 308 -- 14.3 Waveform Candidates and Multiple-access Approaches 310 -- 14.4 One-shot Random Access 328 -- 14.5 Conclusions 339 -- References 339 -- 15 Massive MIMO Communications 342 / Frederick W. Vook, Amitava Ghosh, and Timothy A. Thomas -- 15.1 Introduction 342 -- 15.2 Overview of Multi-Antenna Techniques in LTE 343 -- 15.3 Moving to 5G Cellular with Large-scale Antenna Arrays 345 -- 15.4 Antenna-array Architectures for 5G Cellular 348 -- 15.5 Massive MIMO for Evolved LTE Systems (Below 6 GHz) 349 -- 15.6 Massive MIMO for cmWave and mmWave Systems (Above 6 GHz) 358 -- 15.7 Conclusion 362 -- References 363 -- 16 Full-duplex Radios 365 / Dinesh Bharadia and Sachin Katti -- 16.1 The Problem 367
16.2 Our Design 372 -- 16.3 Implementation 381 -- 16.4 Evaluation 383 -- 16.5 Discussion and Conclusion 393 -- References 393 -- 17 Point to Multi-point, In-band mmWave Backhaul for 5G Networks 395 / Rakesh Taori and Arun Sridharan -- 17.1 Introduction 395 -- 17.2 Feasibility of In-band Backhaul 397 -- 17.3 Deployment Assumptions 400 -- 17.4 In-band Backhaul Design Considerations 402 -- 17.5 TDM-based Scheduling Scheme for In-band Backhauling 403 -- 17.6 Concluding Remarks 407 -- Acknowledgments 407 -- References 407 -- 18 Application of NFV and SDN to 5G Infrastructure 408 / Ashok Sunder Rajan and Kannan Babu Ramia -- 18.1 Chapter Overview 408 -- 18.2 Background 408 -- 18.3 NFV and SDN 409 -- 18.4 Network Planning and Engineering 410 -- 18.5 Cellular Wireless Network Infrastructure 414 -- 18.6 Network Workloads and Capacity Factors 417 -- 18.7 Conclusion 419 -- References 420 -- Index 421
7.1 Enabling Technologies for Multi-Radio Heterogeneous Networks 99 -- 7.2 Comprehensive Methodology for Space-Time Network Analysis 105 -- 7.3 Analysis of Random Dynamic HetNets 114 -- 7.4 Quantifying Performance with System-level Evaluations 121 -- 7.5 Summary and Conclusions 126 -- Acknowledgments 126 -- References 126 -- 8 Distributed Resource Allocation in 5G Cellular Networks 129 / Monowar Hasan and Ekram Hossain -- 8.1 Introduction 129 -- 8.2 Multi-tier 5G Cellular: Overview and Challenges 132 -- 8.3 System Model 135 -- 8.4 Resource Allocation using Stable Matching 139 -- 8.5 Message-passing Approach for Resource Allocation 143 -- 8.6 Auction-based Resource Allocation 151 -- 8.7 Qualitative Comparison of the Resource Allocation Schemes 157 -- 8.8 Summary and Conclusion 157 -- References 159 -- Additional Reading 160 -- 9 Device-to-Device Communications 162 -- Andreas F. Molisch, Mingyue Ji, Joongheon Kim, Daoud Burghal, and Arash Saber Tehrani -- 9.1 Introduction and Motivation 162 -- 9.2 Propagation Channels 163 -- 9.3 Neighbor Discovery and Channel Estimation 166 -- 9.4 Mode Selection and Resource Allocation 170 -- 9.5 Scheduling 175 -- 9.6 Multi-hop D2D 180 -- 9.7 Standardization 183 -- 9.8 Applications 184 -- 9.9 D2D for Video 186 -- 9.10 Conclusions 191 -- Acknowledgments 191 -- References 191 -- 10 Energy-efficient Wireless OFDMA Networks 199 -- Cong Xiong and Geoffrey Ye Li -- 10.1 Overview 199 -- 10.2 Energy Efficiency and Energy-efficient Wireless Networks 200 -- 10.3 Energy Efficiency and Spectral Efficiency Tradeoff in OFDMA 201 -- 10.4 Energy Efficiency, Power, and Delay Tradeoff in OFDMA 208 -- 10.5 Energy-efficient Resource Allocation for Downlink OFDMA 212 -- 10.6 Energy-efficient Resource Allocation for Uplink OFDMA 217 -- 10.7 Concluding Remarks 219 -- References 220 -- 11 Advanced Multiple-access and MIMO Techniques 222 -- NOMA sections / Anass Benjebbour, Anxin Li, Kazuaki Takeda, Yoshihisa Kishiyama, and Takehiro Nakamura / SV-MIMO sections / Yuki Inoue, Yoshihisa Kishiyama, and Takehiro Nakamura
Summary A comprehensive guide on the emerging trends in mobile applications, this book brings together a group of visionaries and technical experts from academia to industry to discuss the applications and technologies that will comprise the next set of cellular advancements (5G). -- Edited summary from book
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Mobile communication systems -- Research.
Form Electronic book
Author Talwar, Shilpa, editor
Vannithamby, Rath, editor
ISBN 1118979842 (electronic bk.)
1118979893
9781118979846 (electronic bk.)
9781118979891
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