The 5G Mobile and Wireless Communications system

The 5G Mobile and Wireless Communications system
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© All rights reserved www.metis2020.com The 5G Mobile and Wireless Communications system facebook.com/metis2020 Dr. Afif Osseiran, Ericsson twitter.com/metis2020 METIS Project Coordinator Introduction: Major 5G Activities METIS (Nov. 2012) The first stage of the 5G EU “missile” China - “IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion group” (Feb. 2013) Program 863 Korea - 5G Forum (June 2013) Ambitious plan Japan - 2020 and Beyond AdHoc (Oct. 2013) ARIB established new AdHoc working group called “2020 and Beyond AdHoc”Introduction: ITU-R Two documents by ITU-R to pave the way for 5G IMT.VISION (Deadline July 2015) Title: “Framework and overall objectives of the future development of IMT for 2020 and beyond” O Ob bj je ec ct ti iv ve e: : D De ef fi in ni in ng g t th he e f fr ra am me ew wo or rk k a an nd d o ov ve er ra al ll l o ob bj je ec ct ti iv ve es s o of f I IM MT T f fo or r 2020 and beyond to drive the future developments for IMT IMT.FUTURE TECHNOLOGY TRENDS (Deadline Oct. 2014) To provide a view of future IMT technology aspects 2015-2020 and beyond and to provide information on trends of future IMT technology aspectsMETIS Objectives  Lay the foundation for 5 5G G mobile & wireless  Ensure a global forum for communications  Build an early global consensus for Pre- Exploratory Standardization Commercializati standardization research activities on activities 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 WRC’12 WRC’15 WRC’18/19METIS Technical Objectives 1000x data 50/500 B Up to Few ms E2E 10 years volume devices 10Gbps 1000x 10-100x 10-100x 5x 10x higher mobile higher number of typical end-user lower latency longer battery life data volumes connected devices data rates for low-power devicesMETIS 5G Scenarios Best Super real-time experience and reliable Great Service follows you connections in a crowd Ubiquitous things Amazingly communicating fast Dense urban information society Mobile cloud Shopping Open air Virtual reality processing mall Massive office festival deployment of Emergency sensors and Teleprotection in communications actuators Traffic Stadium smart grid jam networks Traffic efficiency bit-rate, Blind spots and safety many simple devices, accessibility, delay delay, reliability, accessibility coverage (redundancy) large crowds new industrial (Coverage) applications mobilityFive Challenges & Scenarios Great service Amazingly fast Very dense in a crowd Very high crowds of data rate users Very low B Be es st t e ex xp pe er ri ie en nc ce e U Ub bi iq qu ui it to ou us s t th hi in ng gs s e en ne er rg gy y,, c co os st t,, follows you Mobility communicating . and massive number of, devices Very low latency Super real-time and reliable connectionsScenario: Amazingly fast Work and infotainment unhindered by delays Amazing end-user experience provided by very high data-rates V Viir rttu ua all r re ea alliitty y o offffiic ce e D De en ns se e u ur rb ba an n iin nffo or rm ma attiio on n s so oc ciie etty y Giga bit at application layer • Ubiquitous dense urban coverage • Large and dynamic user crowdsScenario: Super real-time and reliable connections Low E2E latency delay and reliable communication enabling critical machine-type applications Empowering industries to embrace new technologies in their processes T Tr ra af ff fiic c e ef ff fiic ciie en nc cy y a an nd d s sa af fe et ty y • More efficient use of road infrastructure • Reduce risk for traffic incidentsScenario: Ubiquitous things communicating Very large number of small, simple, and inexpensive devices Requirement for long battery lifetime, scalability, and adaptability Inexpensive = small battery, simple device Massive deployment of sensors and actuators • Handle a massive number of devices • Very low cost devices with long battery lifetime • Provide protocol scalability and coverageROAD TO 5G Technology Components ExamplesMassive MIMO: CSI Error Investigation points: Example of contribution: 30 Gbps simulation using 11 GHz band › Performance analysis of massive MIMO in measured 24x24 MIMO channel higher frequency bands Transmission scheme 24x24 MIMO-OFDM eigenmode › Impact of CSI error and hardware impairments Signal bandwidth 400 MHz Subcarrier spacing 195 kHz Maximum bit rate 35.3 Gbps (64QAM, 3/4) Measurement Environment/Data Omni-antenna (H) 12-element array with Antenna gain: 4 dBi dual polarization 12-element array with dual polarization Sector antenna 3 dB beamwidth. Antenna gain: 15 dBi This channel measurement was conducted in Ishigaki City in partnership with Tokyo Inst. of Tech. in Japanese national projectBeyond Uplink & Downlink: two-way comm. FBS Traditionally, the designs of the uplink and the downlink are decoupled BS The ideas related to w wi ir re el le es ss s n ne et tw wo or rk k c co od di in ng g FBS suggest optimization of the FBS two-way communication problem instead of decoupling5 5G G F Fu ut tu ur re e Integration of access technologies into one seamless experience Evolution Complementary Revolution new technologies  D2D  Massive MIMO C Co om mm mu un niic ca at tiio on ns s  Ultra-Dense Respond to traffic explosion Extend to novel applications Networks  Ultra-Reliable 10 x longer battery life Communications for low power M2M 10 -100 x higher typical user rate  Moving Networks 10 -100 x higher number of 1000 x higher mobile data connected devices  Massive Machine volume per area  Higher Frequencies 5 x reduced E2E latency Communications Existing technologies in 2012 W Wiif fii 3 3G G 4 4G GUseful Links A. Osseiran et al, The foundation of the Mobile and Wireless Communications System for 2020 and beyond Challenges, Enablers and Technology Solutions, VTC Spring 2013, June 2-5, 2013, https://www.metis2020.com/documents/publications/ Deliverable D1.1, “Scenarios, requirements and KPIs for 5G mobile and wireless system”, June 2013 Deliverable D2.1, “Requirements and general design principles for new air interface”, S Se ep pt t. . 2 20 01 13 3 Deliverable D3.1, “Positioning of multi-node/multi-antenna transmission technologies”, Aug. 2013 Deliverable D5.1,“Intermediate description of the spectrum needs and usage principles”, Sep. 2013, Deliverable D4.1,“Summary on preliminary trade-off investigations and first set of potential network-level solutions”, Nov. 2013 Deliverable D6.1,“Simulation guidelines”, Nov. 2013 All deliverables can be downloaded from https://www.metis2020.com/documents/deliverables/

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