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Title 5G system design : an end to end perspective / Wan Lei [and 8 more]
Published Cham : Springer, ©2020
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Contents Intro; Preface; Acknowledgement; Acronyms; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: From 4G to 5G: Use Cases and Requirements; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Global 5G Development; 1.2.1 ITU-R Development on 5G/IMT-2020; 1.2.2 Regional Development/Promotion on 5G; 1.2.2.1 NGMN; 1.2.2.2 IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group; 1.2.2.3 Europe: 5G PPP; 1.2.2.4 Korea: 5G Forum; 1.2.2.5 Japan: 5GMF; 1.2.2.6 North and South America: 5G Americas; 1.2.2.7 Global 5G Event; 1.2.3 Standard Development; 1.3 Use Case Extensions and Requirements; 1.3.1 5G Usage Cases and Service Requirement
1.3.1.1 Extended Usage Scenarios: From eMBB to IoT (mMTC and URLLC)1.3.1.2 Survey of Diverse Services Across 5G Usage Scenarios and the Diverse Requirements; 1.3.1.2.1 eMBB Services; UHD/3D Video Streaming; Video Sharing; AR/VR Delivering to User; 1.3.1.2.2 mMTC Services; 1.3.1.2.3 URLLC Services; 1.3.1.3 Supporting Requirements and Operational Requirements to Enable 5G Service Deployment; 1.3.1.3.1 eMBB; Edge User Experienced Data Rate; Area Traffic Capacity; Spectral Efficiency; Energy Efficiency; 1.3.1.3.2 mMTC; 1.3.1.3.3 URLLC; Availability; 1.3.1.3.4 General; Coverage
1.3.2 5G Key Capabilities and Technical Performance Requirements1.3.2.1 Key Capabilities for 5G; 1.3.2.1.1 eMBB; User Experienced Data Rate; Area Traffic Capacity; Mobility; Peak Data Rate; Energy Efficiency; Spectral Efficiency; 1.3.2.1.2 mMTC; Connection Density; Network Energy Efficiency; Operational Lifetime; 1.3.2.1.3 URLLC; Latency; Mobility; Reliability; Resilience; 1.3.2.1.4 Other Capabilities; Spectrum and Bandwidth Flexibility; Security and Privacy; 1.3.2.2 Technical Performance Requirements for 5G; 1.3.3 Summary on 5G Requirements; 1.4 Standard Organization and 5G Activities
1.4.1 ITU-R Procedure/Process of IMT-2020 Submission1.4.1.1 Stage 1: IMT-2020 Vision Development (2012-2015); 1.4.1.2 Stage 2: IMT-2020 Technical Performance and Evaluation Criteria Development (2015-2017); 1.4.1.3 Stage 3: IMT-2020 Submission, Evaluation, and Specification Development (2016-2020); 1.4.2 3GPP Development Towards ITU-R Submission; 1.4.3 Independent Evaluation Groups to Assist ITU-R Endorse IMT-2020 Specification; 1.5 Summary; References; Chapter 2: 5G Fundamental Air Interface Design; 2.1 LTE Air Interface Overview; 2.1.1 LTE Frame Structure; 2.1.2 Physical Layer Channels
2.1.2.1 Multiple-Access Scheme2.1.2.2 System Bandwidth; 2.1.2.3 Numerology; 2.1.2.4 Physical Channel Definition; 2.1.3 Reference Signal; 2.1.3.1 Downlink Reference Signals; 2.1.3.1.1 Cell-Specific Reference Signal; 2.1.3.1.2 UE-Specific Reference Signal; 2.1.3.1.3 CSI Reference Signal; 2.1.3.1.4 Discovery Signal; 2.1.3.1.5 Other Downlink Reference Signals; 2.1.3.2 Uplink Reference Signals; 2.1.3.2.1 Uplink Demodulation Reference Signal; 2.1.3.2.2 Uplink Sounding Reference Signal (SRS); SRS Transmission in Time Domain; SRS Transmission in Frequency Domain; Aperiodic SRS
Summary This book presents a detailed pedagogical description of the 5G commercial wireless communication system design, from an end to end perspective. It compares and contrasts NR with LTE, and gives a concise and highly accessible description of the key technologies in the 5G physical layer, radio access network layer protocols and procedures. This book also illustrates how the 5G core and EPC is integrated into the radio access network, how virtualization and edge computer fundamentally changes the way users interact with the network, as well as 5G spectrum issues. This book is structured into six chapters. The first chapter reviews the use cases, requirements, and standardization organization and activities for 5G. These are 5G requirements and not NR specifically, as technology that meets the requirements, may be submitted to the ITU as 5G technology. This includes a set of Radio Access Technologies (RATs), consisting of NR and LTE; with each RAT meeting different aspects of the requirements. The second chapter describes the air interface of NR and LTE side by side. The basic aspects of LTE that NR builds upon are first described, followed by sections on the NR specific technologies, such as carrier/channel, spectrum/duplexing (including SUL), LTE/NR co-existence and new physical layer technologies (including waveform, Polar/LDPC codes, MIMO, and URLLC/mMTC). In all cases the enhancements made relative to LTE are made apparent. The third chapter contains descriptions of NR procedures (IAM/Beam Management/Power control/HARQ), protocols (CP/UP/mobility, including grant-free), and RAN architecture. The fourth chapter includes a detailed discussion related to end-to-end system architecture, and the 5G Core (5GC), network slicing, service continuity, relation to EPC, network virtualization, and edge computing. The fifth and major chapter, describes the ITU submission and how NR and LTE meet the 5G requirements in significant detail, from the rapporteur responsible for lead ing the preparation and evaluation, as well as some field trial results. Engineers, computer scientists and professionals with a passing knowledge of 4G LTE and a comprehensive understanding of the end to end 5G commercial wireless system will find this book to be a valuable asset. Advanced-level students and researchers studying and working in communication engineering, who want to gain an understanding of the 5G system (as well as methodologies to evaluate features and technologies intended to supplement 5G) will also find this book to be a valuable resource
Notes 2.1.4 Downlink Transmission
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Subject Cell phone systems -- Standards.
Cell phone systems -- Standards.
Form Electronic book
Author Classon, Brian
Jianghua, Liu
Lei, Wan
Mazzarese, David
Saboorian, Tony
Soong, Anthony C. K.
Xiao, Weimin.
Yang, Zhao.
Yong, Wu
ISBN 3030222365
9783030222369