5G New Radio

A Beam-based Air Interface
Wiley (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 9. April 2020
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  • 480 Seiten
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978-1-119-58236-6 (ISBN)
A guide to the 3GPP-specified 5G physical layer with a focus on the new beam-based dimension in the radio system

5G New Radio: A Beam-based Air Interface is an authoritative guide to the newly 3GPP-specified 5G physical layer. The contributors--noted experts on the topic and creators of the actual standard--focus on the beam-based operation which is a new dimension in the radio system due to the millimeter wave deployments of 5G. The book contains information that complements the 3GPP specification and helps to connect the dots regarding key features.

The book assumes a basic knowledge of multi-antenna technologies and covers the physical layer aspects related to beam operation, such as initial access, details of reference signal design, beam management, and DL and UL data channel transmission. The contributors also provide a brief overview of standardization efforts, IMT-2020 submission, 5G spectrum, and performance analysis of 5G components. This important text:
* Contains information on the 3GPP-specified 5G physical layer
* Highlights the beam-based operation
* Covers the physical layer aspects related to beam operation
* Includes contributions from experts who created the standard

Written for students and development engineers working with 5G NR, 5G New Radio: A Beam-based Air Interface offers an expert analysis of the 3GPP-specified 5G physical layer.
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MIHAI ENESCU, PHD, is Senior Specialist, 5G Radio Standardization, Nokia Bell Labs, Finland. He has worked for Nokia for 14 years in 3GPP standardization on various physical layer topics. He is currently working on multi-antenna techniques for 5G technology and he is also serving as editor of 5G/NR Physical Layer specification (38.214).


3GPP Third Generation Partnership Project ACK Acknowledgment ACLR Adjacent channel leakage ratio ADC Analog-to-Digital Converter BPCH Broadcast Physical Channel BSR Buffer Status Report BWP Bandwidth part BPSK Binary Phase Shift Keying BS Base Station CBG Code block group CCDF Complementary cumulative distribution function CCP Common Control Plane CDD Cyclic delay diversity CDMA Code Division Multiple Access CMOS Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor. CN Core Network CP Cyclic prefix CQI Channel quality indicator CPU CSI processing unit CRB Common resource block CRC Cyclic redundancy check C-RNTI Cell Radio-Network Temporary Identifier CRI CSI-RS Resource Indicator CRS Common Reference Signals CSI Channel state information CSI-RS Channel state information reference signal CS-RNTI Configured scheduling RNTI CSI-RSRP CSI reference signal received power CSI-RSRQ CSI reference signal received quality CSI-SINR CSI signal-to-noise and interference ratio CU-DU Central Unit - Distributed Unit CW Codeword DAC Digital-to-Analog Converter DC Dual Connectivity DCI Downlink control information DFT Discrete Fourier Transform DL Downlink DM-RS Dedicated demodulation reference signals DRX Discontinuous Reception DSP Digital Signal Processing eMBB Extreme Mobile Broadband EIRP Effective Isotropic Radiated Power EN-DC E-UTRA NR Dual-Connectivity EPC Evolved Packet Core EPRE Energy per resource element E-UTRA Evolved UTRA EVM Error Vector Magnitude FDD Frequency Division Duplex FDM Frequency Division Multiplexing FDMA frequency division multiple access FFT fast Fourier transform FR1 Frequency Range 1 FR2 Frequency Range 2 FTP File Transfer Protocol GaAs Gallium arsenide GaN Gallium nitride GNSS Global navigation satellite system GTP GPRS Tunneling Protocol HARQ hybrid automatic repeat request HO Hand Over IAB Integrated Access and Backhaul IM Interference measurement IMS IP Multimedia Subsystem ITU International Telecommunications Union ITU-R International Telecommunications Union-Radiocommunications Sector IoT Internet of Things KPI Key Performance Indicator L1-RSRP Layer 1 reference signal received power LCID Logical Channel Index LI Layer Indicator LOS Line of Sight LTE Long Term Evolution LSB Least Significant Bit MAC Medium Access Control MBMS Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service MCS Modulation and coding scheme MIB Master Information Block MCL Maximum coupling loss MTC Machine Type Communications mMTC Massive Machine Type Communications MIMO Multiple Input Multiple Output MMSE Minimum mean square error MMTEL multimedia telephony service MN Master Node MSB Most Significant Bit MU-MIMO Multi-User MIMO NAK Negative Acknowledgment NB-IoT Narrow Band Internet of Things NR-DC New Radio Dual Connectivity NSA non-standalone NR New Radio NR-U New Radio Unlicensed NZP Non zero power NW Network OFDM Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDMA Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing Access PA Power Amplifier PAPR peak-to-average power ratio PBCH Physical Broadcast Channel PCID Physical Cell Identity PDCCH Physical downlink control channel PDCP Packet Data Convergence Protocol PDSCH Physical downlink shared channel PDU Protocol Data Unit PHY Physical Layer PLL Phase-Locked Loop PLMN public land mobile network PMI Precoding-Matrix Indicator PN Phase Noise PRACH Physical Random-Access Channel PRB Physical Resource Block P-RNTI Paging RNTI LSB Least Significant Bit PSK Phase Shift Keying PSS Primary Synchronisation signal PUCCH Physical uplink control channel PUSCH Physical uplink shared channel PBCH Physical Broadcast Channel PCID Physical Cell Identifier PDCP Packet Data Convergence Protocol PHY Physical Layer PMI Precoding Matrix Indicator PRACH physical random access channel PRB Physical resource block PRG Precoding resource block group PT-RS Phase-tracking reference signal QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation QCI QoS Class Identifier QCL Quasi co-location QoS quality of service QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying RACH random access channel RAN Radio Access Network RA-RNTI Random Access RNTI RAT Radio Access...

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