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#1Gürkan Gür (Zürcher Fachhochschule)H-Index: 12
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One key objective of 5G is to attain massive connectivity and a 1,000× capacity increase in wireless networks to serve data-hungry applications anytime, anywhere. In that vein, the role of hybrid satellite networks in 5G systems is crucial, with core traits such as broadcast/multicast capability and ubiquitous connectivity. Another promising approach toward that goal is spectrum sharing, where resources are extended to similar networks and technologies to tackle the inefficient and inflexible ut...
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The launch of 5G technology based on 3rd Generation Project Partnership (3GPP) Release 15 was completed in December 2018. An open issue with this release of standards is that it supports only unicast communications in the core network and point-to-point (PTP) transmissions in the radio access network (RAN) but does not support multicast/broadcast communications and point-to-multipoint (PTM) transmissions, which are 3GPP system requirements for 5G applications in a number of vertical sectors, inc...
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Ultradense networks (UDNs) have emerged as a promising architecture that can support the extremely high demand for data traffic in the future. Through the dense deployment of massive small base stations (SBSs), the system can be well promoted in terms of network capacity and spectrum efficiency, but this deployment scheme will also bring huge challenges to wireless resource management. Artificial intelligence (AI) can be applied to UDN scenarios, enabling intelligent communication devices to lea...
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The standardization of Radio Access Network (RAN) in mobile networks has traditionally been led by 3GPP. However, the emergence of RAN slicing has introduced new aspects that fall outside 3GPP scope. Among them, network virtualization enables the particularization of multiple RAN behaviors over a common physical infrastructure. Using Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) that comprise customized radio functionalities, each virtualized RAN, denominated RAN slice, could meet its specific requiremen...
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