5G Networks

Fundamental Requirements, Enabling Technologies, and Operations Management
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 3. September 2018
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  • 784 Seiten
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A reliable and focused treatment of the emergent technology of fifth generation (5G) networks

This book provides an understanding of the most recent developments in 5G, from both theoretical and industrial perspectives. It identifies and discusses technical challenges and recent results related to improving capacity and spectral efficiency on the radio interface side, and operations management on the core network side. It covers both existing network technologies and those currently in development in three major areas of 5G: spectrum extension, spatial spectrum utilization, and core network and network topology management. It explores new spectrum opportunities; the capability of radio access technology; and the operation of network infrastructure and heterogeneous QoE provisioning.

5G Networks: Fundamental Requirements, Enabling Technologies, and Operations Management is split into five sections: Physical Layer for 5G Radio Interface Technologies; Radio Access Technology for 5G Networks; 5G Network Interworking and Core Network Advancements; Vertical 5G Applications; and R&D and 5G Standardization. It starts by introducing emerging technologies in 5G software, hardware, and management aspects before moving on to cover waveform design for 5G and beyond; code design for multi-user MIMO; network slicing for 5G networks; machine type communication in the 5G era; provisioning unlicensed LAA interface for smart grid applications; moving toward all-IT 5G end-to-end infrastructure; and more. This valuable resource:

Provides a comprehensive reference for all layers of 5G networks
Focuses on fundamental issues in an easy language that is understandable by a wide audience
Includes both beginner and advanced examples at the end of each section
Features sections on major open research challenges

5G Networks: Fundamental Requirements, Enabling Technologies, and Operations Management is an excellent book for graduate students, academic researchers, and industry professionals, involved in 5G technology.
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978-1-119-33394-4 (9781119333944)

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ANWER AL-DULAIMI, PhD, is a System Engineering Specialist in the R&D department at EXFO, Toronto, Canada.

XIANBIN WANG, PhD, is a professor and Canada Research Chair at Western University, London (Ontario), Canada.

CHIH-LIN I, PhD, is the CMCC Chief Scientist of Wireless Technologies at the China Mobile Research Institute, Beijing, China.
Foreword xxi

Preface xxv

Author Bios xxvii

List of Contributors xxxi

List of Abbreviations xxxvii

Introduction 1

Part I Physical Layer for 5G Radio Interface Technologies 13

1 Emerging Technologies in Software, Hardware, and Management Aspects Toward the 5G Era: Trends and Challenges 15
Ioannis-Prodromos Belikaidis, Andreas Georgakopoulos, Evangelos Kosmatos, Stavroula Vassaki, Orestis-Andreas Liakopoulos, Vassilis Foteinos, Panagiotis Vlacheas, and Panagiotis Demestichas

1.1 Introduction 15

1.2 5G Requirements and Technology Trends 17

1.3 Status and Challenges in Hardware and Software Development 20

1.4 5G Network Management Aspects Enhanced with Machine Learning 38

1.5 Conclusion 45

References 45

2 Waveform Design for 5G and Beyond 51
Ali Fatih Demir, Mohamed Elkourdi,Mostafa Ibrahim, and Huseyin Arslan

2.1 Introduction 51

2.2 Fundamentals of the 5G Waveform Design 52

2.3 Major Waveform Candidates for 5G and Beyond 58

2.4 Summary 70

2.5 Conclusions 73

References 73

3 Full-Duplex System Design for 5G Access 77
Shu-ping Yeh, Jingwen Bai, PingWang, Feng Xue, Yang-seok Choi, Shilpa Talwar, Sung-en Chiu, and Vinod Kristem

3.1 Introduction 77

3.2 Self-Interference Cancellation 79

3.3 FD System Design: Opportunities and Challenges 82

3.4 Designing the FD System 84

3.5 System-Level Performance Analysis 108

3.6 Conclusions and Future Directions 125

References 130

4 Nonorthogonal Multiple Access for 5G 135
Linglong Dai, Bichai Wang, Ruicheng Jiao, Zhiguo Ding, Shuangfeng Han, and Chih-Lin I

4.1 Introduction 135

4.2 Basic Principles and Advantages of NOMA 137

4.3 Power-Domain NOMA 142

4.4 Code-Domain NOMA 155

4.5 Other NOMA Schemes 170

4.6 Comparison and Trade-Off Analysis of NOMA Solutions 178

4.7 Performance Evaluations and Transmission Experiments of NOMA 181

4.8 Opportunities and Future Research Trends 185

4.9 Conclusions 189

References 189

5 Code Design for Multiuser MIMO 205
Guanghui Song, Yuhao Chi, Kui Cai, Ying Li, and Jun Cheng

5.1 Introduction 206

5.2 Multiuser Repetition-Aided IRA Coding Scheme 207

5.3 Iterative Decoding and EXIT Analysis 209

5.4 Code Optimization Procedure 217

5.5 Numerical Results and Comparisons 218

5.6 Conclusion 230

References 231

6 Physical Layer Techniques for 5G Wireless Security 237
Batu K. Chalise, Himal A. Suraweera, Gan Zheng, and Risto Wichman

6.1 Introduction 237

6.2 5G Physical Layer Architecture 241

6.3 Secure Full-Duplex Receiver Jamming 247

6.4 Secure Full-Duplex Bidirectional Communications 255

6.5 Secure Full-Duplex Relay Communications 259

6.6 Future Directions and Open Issues 266

6.7 Conclusion 268

References 269

7 Codebook-Based Beamforming Protocols for 5G Millimeter Wave Communications 275
Anggrit Dewangkara Yudha Pinangkis, Kishor Chandra, and R. Venkatesha Prasad

7.1 Introduction 275

7.2 Beamforming Architecture 278

7.3 Beam Searching Algorithm 280

7.4 Codebook Design 286

7.5 Beamforming Evaluation 290

7.6 Conclusion 291

References 293

Part II Radio Access Technology for 5G Networks 299

8 Universal Access in 5G Networks: Potential Challenges and Opportunities for Urban and Rural Environments 301
Syed Ali Hassan, Muhammad Shahmeer Omar,Muhammad Ali Imran, Junaid Qadir, and Dushantha Nalin K. Jayakody

8.1 Introduction 301

8.2 Access for Urban Environments 302

8.3 Providing Access to Rural Areas 312

8.4 Conclusions 320

References 321

9 Network Slicing for 5G Networks 327
Xavier Costa-Perez, Andres Garcia-Saavedra, Fabio Giust, Vincenzo Sciancalepore, Xi Li, Zarrar Yousaf, and Marco Liebsch

9.1 Introduction 327

9.2 End-to-End Network Slicing 328

9.3 Network Slicing MANO 334

9.4 Network Slicing at the Mobile Edge 343

9.5 Network Slicing at the Mobile Transport 349

9.6 Network Slicing at the Mobile Cloud 358

9.7 Acknowledgment 364

References 365

10 The Evolution Toward Ethernet-Based Converged 5G RAN 371
Jouni Korhonen

10.1 Introduction to RAN Transport Network 372

10.2 Evolving RAN Toward 5G Requirements 384

10.3 Ethernet-Based 5G RAN 399

10.4 Summary 418

References 418

11 Energy-Efficient 5G Networks Using Joint Energy Harvesting and Scheduling 427
Ahmad Alsharoa, Abdulkadir Celik, and Ahmed E. Kamal

11.1 Introduction 427

11.2 System Model 432

11.3 Problem Formulation and Solution 436

11.4 Low-Complexity Algorithm 439

11.5 Simulation Results 441

11.6 Chapter Summary 445

References 446

Part III 5G Network Interworking and Core Network Advancements 453

12 Characterizing and Learning the Mobile Data Traffic in Cellular Network 455
Rongpeng Li, Zhifeng Zhao, Chen Qi, and Honggang Zhang

12.1 Understanding the Traffic Nature: A Revisiting to ??-Stable Models 455

12.2 The Traffic Predictability in Cellular Networks 470

12.3 The Prediction of Application-Level Traffic 476

12.4 Related Works 490

12.5 Conclusion 493

References 493

13 Network Softwarization View of 5G Networks 499
Takashi Shimizu, Akihiro Nakao, and Kohei Satoh

13.1 Introduction 499

13.2 Key Concept of 5G 500

13.3 Network Softwarization View of 5G Networks 501

13.4 Brief History of Network Softwarization and Slicing 503

13.5 Issues for Slicing Towards 5G 504

13.6 Information-Centric Network (ICN) Enabled by Network Softwarization 509

13.7 Studies in ITU-T SG13 Focus Group on IMT-2020 515

13.8 Conclusion 515

References 515

14 Machine-Type Communication in the 5G Era: Massive and Ultrareliable Connectivity Forces of Evolution, Revolution, and Complementarity 519
Renaud Di Francesco and Peter Karlsson

14.1 Overview 519

14.2 Introduction 520

14.3 Demand Analysis 522

14.4 Reviewing the Standardization Path So Far 532

14.5 Conclusion on Machine-Type 5G 537

References 538

Part IV Vertical 5G Applications 543

15 Social-Aware Content Delivery in Device-to-Device Underlay Networks 545
Chen Xu, Caixia Gao, Zhenyu Zhou, ShahidMumtaz, and Jonathan Rodriguez

15.1 Introduction 545

15.2 Related Works 548

15.3 System Model 552

15.4 Problem Formulation 557

15.5 Social Network-Based Content Delivery Matching Algorithm for D2D Underlay Networks 558

15.6 Numerical Results 565

15.7 Conclusions 569

References 570

16 Service-Oriented Architecture for IoT Home Area Networking in 5G 577
Mohd Rozaini Abd Rahim, Rozeha A. Rashid, AhmadM. Rateb, Mohd Adib Sarijari, Ahmad Shahidan Abdullah, Abdul Hadi Fikri Abdul Hamid, Hamdan Sayuti, and Norsheila Fisal

16.1 Introduction 577

16.2 Service-Oriented Architecture 579

16.3 Related Work 581

16.4 Service-Oriented Architecture for Home Area Network (SoHAN) 584

16.5 Performance Evaluation 591

16.6 Conclusion 596

References 597

17 Provisioning Unlicensed LAA Interface for Smart Grid Applications 603
Saba Al-Rubaye and John Cosmas

17.1 Introduction 603

17.2 Smart Grid Architecture-Based 5G Communications 605

17.3 Bandwidth UtilizationMethod 608

17.4 System Implementation and Simulation Platform 615

17.5 Summary and Conclusions 620

References 621

Part V R&D and 5G Standardization 625

18 5G Communication System: A Network Operator Perspective 627
Bruno Jacobfeuerborn and Frank H. P. Fitzek

18.1 Introduction 627

18.2 Softwarization for the 5G Communication System 634

18.3 5G Holistic Testbed 642

18.4 5G as Game Changer in the Value Chain 647

18.5 Conclusion 647

18.6 Acknowledgments 648

References 649

19 Toward All-IT 5G End-to-End Infrastructure 653
Alex Jinsung Choi, Jinhyo Park, Sungho Jo, and Sangsoo Jeong

19.1 Introduction 653

19.2 Development Status and Lesson Learned 655

19.3 Infrastructure Evolution of SK Telecom for 5G: ATSCALE 664

19.4 Detailed Architecture and Key Enabling Technology 668

19.5 Value Proposition 683

19.6 Summary and Conclusion 687

References 687

20 Standardization: The Road to 5G 691
M. P. Galante and G. Romano

20.1 The Role of Standardization 691

20.2 The Main Standardization Bodies 693

20.3 5G Standardization Process 694

20.4 ITU-R 697

20.5 3GPP 699

References 705

Index 709

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