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Cloud Based 5G Wireless Networks

Author : Yin Zhang
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This SpringerBrief introduces key techniques for 5G wireless networks. The authors cover the development of wireless networks that led to 5G, and how 5G mobile communication technology (5G) can no longer be defined by a single business model or a typical technical characteristic. The discussed networks functions and services include Network Foundation Virtualization (N-FV), Cloud Radio Access Networks (Cloud-RAN), and Mobile Cloud Networking (MCN). The benefits of cloud platforms are examined, as are definable networking and green wireless networking. Other related and representative projects on 5G are mobile and wireless communications enablers for the Twenty-Twenty Information Society, Multi-hop Cellular Networks, Network Function as-a-Service over Virtualized Infrastructures, iJOIN, and Nuage Virtualized Services Platform. Major applications of 5G range from RAN sharing and Multi-Operator Core Networks to mobile convergence. Enhancing the user experience by providing smart and customized services, 5G will support the explosive growth of big data, mobile internet, digital media, and system efficiency. This SpringerBrief is designed for professionals, researchers, and academics working in networks or system applications. Advanced-level students of computer science or computer engineering will also find the content valuable.

5G Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology

Author : Afif Osseiran
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A comprehensive overview of the 5G landscape covering technology options, most likely use cases and potential system architectures.

An Introduction to 5G Wireless Networks

Author : Saro Velrajan
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An Introduction to 5G Wireless Networks book is for students, engineers, managers and for marketing/sales executives, to develop a good understanding of the 5G technology. This book covers the 5G architecture, 5G New Radio (NR), 5G Next Generation Core (NG-Core), Network Slicing, Virtualization of 5G Components, Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and the various 5G use cases. This book provides details on the evolution of the wireless networks from 1G to 5G, status of 5G deployments and the 5G marketplace (standard bodies, open source communities and vendors). After reading this book, you will be able to have discussions with customers, interviewers and other stakeholders on the 5G concepts, ecosystem and use-cases.

Design and Optimization for 5G Wireless Communications

Author : Haesik Kim
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This book offers a technical background to the design and optimization of wireless communication systems, covering optimization algorithms for wireless and 5G communication systems design. The book introduces the design and optimization systems which target capacity, latency, and connection density; including Enhanced Mobile Broadband Communication (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLL), and Massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC). The book is organized into two distinct parts: Part I, mathematical methods and optimization algorithms for wireless communications are introduced, providing the reader with the required mathematical background. In Part II, 5G communication systems are designed and optimized using the mathematical methods and optimization algorithms.

Channel Modeling in 5G Wireless Communication Systems

Author : Hao Jiang
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This book addresses the fundamental design and technical challenges for fifth generation (5G) wireless channel models, including multi-frequency bands and multi-scenarios. The book presents a strong vision for 5G wireless communication networks based on current market trends, proven technologies, and future directions. The book helps enable researchers and industry professionals to come up with novel ideas in the area of wireless heterogeneity, to minimize traffic accidents, to improve traffic efficiency, and to foster the development of new applications such as mobile infotainment. The book acts as a comprehensive reference for students, instructors, researchers, engineers, and other professionals, building their understanding of 5G and in designing 5G systems. Addresses fundamental design and technical challenges for 5G wireless channel models; Presents how to create reliable statistical channel models to capture the propagation properties between transmitters and receivers; Pertinent to researchers, engineers, and professionals in 5G.

Fundamentals of 5G Mobile Networks

Author : Jonathan Rodriguez
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Fundamentals of 5G Mobile Networks provides an overview of the key features of the 5th Generation (5G) mobile networks, discussing the motivation for 5G and the main challenges in developing this new technology. This book provides an insight into the key areas of research that will define this new system technology paving the path towards future research and development. The book is multi-disciplinary in nature, and aims to cover a whole host of intertwined subjects that will predominantly influence the 5G landscape, including Future Internet, cloud computing, small cells and self-organizing networks (SONs), cooperative communications, dynamic spectrum management and cognitive radio, Broadcast-Broadband convergence, 5G security challenge, and green RF. The book aims to be the first of its kind towards painting a holistic perspective on 5G Mobile, allowing 5G stakeholders to capture key technology trends on different layering domains and to identify potential inter-disciplinary design aspects that need to be solved in order to deliver a 5G Mobile system that operates seamlessly as a piece of the 5G networking jigsaw. Key features: • Addresses the fundamentals of 5G mobile networks serving as a useful study guide for mobile researchers and system engineers aiming to position their research in this fast evolving arena. • Develops the Small cells story together with nextï¿1⁄2]generation SON (self-organizing networks) systems as solutions for addressing the unprecedented traffic demand and variations across cells. • Elaborates Mobile Cloud technology and Services for future communication platforms, acting as a source of inspiration for corporations looking for new business models to harness the 5G wave. • Discusses the open issues facing broadï¿1⁄2]scale commercial deployment of white space networks, including the potential for applications towards the future 5G standard. • Provides a scientific assessment for broadcast and mobile broadband convergence coupled together with a ´win-win’ convergence solution to harmonize the broadcasting and mobile industry. • Describes the key components, trends and challenges, as well as the system requirements for 5G transceivers to support multiï¿1⁄2]standard radio, a source of inspiration for RF engineers and vendors to tie down the requirements and potential solutions for next generation handsets.

5G and Beyond Wireless Transport Technologies

Author : Douglas H. Morais
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This text covers the key technologies employed in wireless links that enable increased data rates and thus are likely to be employed in support of 5G wireless transport networks, i.e., backhaul, midhaul, and fronthaul networks. The author presents technologies at an introductory level but nonetheless at a level that imparts to the reader a sound understanding of the fundamentals. The book is intended for those practicing engineers and graduate and upper undergraduate students who have an interest in acquiring, where missing, the necessary technology background in order to comprehend the functioning and capability of 5G based wireless transport links. The author focuses on those technologies that are key to achieving the high data rates and high reliability required of this transport. The material is presented in a clear, concise, and mathematically light fashion. Covers key wireless transport (backhaul, midhaul, and fronthaul) technologies for 5G and beyond, presented in a clear tractable fashion; Outlines the basic wireless transport transmitter/receiver terminal architecture, provides specifications of some such terminals, and indicates the link performance afforded by such terminals; Provides sufficient mathematics to make it technically coherent, but not so much as to make it challenging for a reader with no or limited familiarity with these technologies.

5G Wireless Systems

Author : Yang Yang
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This book focuses on key simulation and evaluation technologies for 5G systems. Based on the most recent research results from academia and industry, it describes the evaluation methodologies in depth for network and physical layer technologies. The evaluation methods are discussed in depth. It also covers the analysis of the 5G candidate technologies and the testing challenges, the evolution of the testing technologies, fading channel measurement and modeling, software simulations, software hardware cosimulation, field testing and other novel evaluation methods. The fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications system targets highly improved network performances in terms of the network capacity and the number of connections. Testing and evaluation technologies is widely recognized and plays important roles in the wireless technology developments, along with the research on basic theory and key technologies. The investigation and developments on the multi-level and comprehensive evaluations for 5G new technologies, provides important performance references for the 5G technology filtering and future standardizations. Students focused on telecommunications, electronic engineering, computer science or other related disciplines will find this book useful as a secondary text. Researchers and professionals working within these related fields will also find this book useful as a reference.

5G Enabled Secure Wireless Networks

Author : Dushantha Nalin K. Jayakody
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This book covers issues related to 5G network security. The authors start by providing details on network architecture and key requirements. They then outline the issues concerning security policies and various solutions that can handle these policies. Use of SDN-NFV technologies for security enhancement is also covered. The book includes intelligent solutions by utilizing the features of artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve the performance of the 5G security protocols and models. Optimization of security models is covered as a separate section with a detailed information on the security of 5G-based edge, fog, and osmotic computing. This book provides detailed guidance and reference material for academicians, professionals, and researchers. Presents extensive information and data on research and challenges in 5G networks; Covers basic architectures, models, security frameworks, and software-defined solutions for security issues in 5G networks; Provides solutions that can help in the growth of new startups as well as research directions concerning the future of 5G networks.

5G Wireless

Author : William Stallings
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The 5G ultra-high-speed wireless communication standard is a major technological leap forward. For both technical and management professionals, it requires significant new knowledge and enables important new applications. In 5G Wireless: A Comprehensive Introduction, renowned information technology author William Stallings presents a comprehensive and unified explanation of 5G's key aspects, applications, and implications. Like Stallings' other award-winning texts, this guide is designed to help readers quickly find the information and gain the mastery you need to master this critical new technology. Coverage includes: Background and overview: A concise history of the development of cellular networks through 4G, introducing 5G's motivation, characteristics, and technologies. Application and use cases: A broad survey of both general application areas and specific use cases; includes coverage of implications for IoT, cloud, and fog computing. Air interface: A detailed survey of all aspects of radio transmission and the wireless interface. 5G core: A survey of 5G core architecture and deployment. 5G security and privacy: Requirements, threats, vulnerabilities, security controls, security product and service solutions, and privacy.

Key Technologies for 5G Wireless Systems

Author : Vincent W. S. Wong
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Gain a detailed understanding of the protocols, network architectures and techniques being considered for 5G wireless networks with this authoritative guide to the state of the art. • Get up to speed with key topics such as cloud radio access networks, mobile edge computing, full duplexing, massive MIMO, mmWave, NOMA, Internet of things, M2M communications, D2D communications, mobile data offloading, interference mitigation techniques, radio resource management, visible light communications, and smart data pricing. • Learn from leading researchers in academia and industry about the most recent theoretical developments in the field. • Discover how each potential technology can increase the capacity, spectral efficiency, and energy efficiency of wireless systems. Providing the most comprehensive overview of 5G technologies to date, this is an essential reference for researchers, practicing engineers and graduate students working in wireless communications and networking.

Towards 5G Wireless Networks

Author : Hossein Khaleghi Bizaki
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This book intends to provide highlights of the current research topics in the field of 5G and to offer a snapshot of the recent advances and major issues faced today by the researchers in the 5G physical layer perspective. Various aspects of 5G system is deeply discussed (in three parts and ten chapters) with emphasis on its physical layer. Each chapter provides a comprehensive survey of the subject area and ends with a rich list of references to provide an in-depth coverage of the application at hand.

5G for Future Wireless Networks

Author : Keping Long
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the First International Conference on 5G for Future Wireless Networks, 5GWN 2017, held in Beijing, China, in April 2017. The 64 full papers were selected from 135 submissions and present the state of the art and practical applications of 5G technologies. The exponentially growing data traffic caused by the development of mobile Internet and smart phones requires powerful networks. The fifth generation (5G) techniques are promising to meet the requirements of this explosive data traffic in future mobile communications.

5G Wireless Systems

Author : Yang Yang
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This book focuses on key simulation and evaluation technologies for 5G systems. Based on the most recent research results from academia and industry, it describes the evaluation methodologies in depth for network and physical layer technologies. The evaluation methods are discussed in depth. It also covers the analysis of the 5G candidate technologies and the testing challenges, the evolution of the testing technologies, fading channel measurement and modeling, software simulations, software hardware cosimulation, field testing and other novel evaluation methods. The fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications system targets highly improved network performances in terms of the network capacity and the number of connections. Testing and evaluation technologies is widely recognized and plays important roles in the wireless technology developments, along with the research on basic theory and key technologies. The investigation and developments on the multi-level and comprehensive evaluations for 5G new technologies, provides important performance references for the 5G technology filtering and future standardizations. Students focused on telecommunications, electronic engineering, computer science or other related disciplines will find this book useful as a secondary text. Researchers and professionals working within these related fields will also find this book useful as a reference.

Cognitive Radio in 4G 5G Wireless Communication Systems

Author : Shahriar Shirvani Moghaddam
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The limitation of the radio spectrum and the rapid growth of communication applications make optimal usage of radio resources essential. Cognitive radio (CR) is an attractive research area for 4G/5G wireless communication systems, which enables unlicensed users to access the spectrum. Delivering higher spectral efficiency, supporting the higher number of users, and achieving higher coverage and throughput are the main advantages of CR-based networks compared to conventional ones. The main goal of this book is to provide highlights of current research topics in the field of CR-based systems. The book consists of six chapters in three sections focusing on primary and secondary users, spectrum sensing, spectrum sharing, CR-based IoT, emulation attack, and interference alignment.

Index Modulation for 5G Wireless Communications

Author : Miaowen Wen
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This book presents a thorough examination of index modulation, an emerging 5G modulation technique. It includes representative transmitter and receiver design, optimization, and performance analysis of index modulation in various domains. First, the basic spatial modulation system for the spatial domain is introduced. Then, the development of a generalized pre-coding aided quadrature spatial modulation system as well as a virtual spatial modulation system are presented. For the space-time domain, a range of differential spatial modulation systems are examined, along with the pre-coding design. Both basic and enhanced index modulated OFDM systems for the frequency domain are discussed, focusing on the verification of their strong capabilities in inter-carrier interference mitigation. Finally, key open problems are highlighted and future research directions are considered. Designed for researchers and professionals, this book is essential for anyone working in communications networking, 5G, and system design. Advanced-level students of engineering and computer science interested in efficiency techniques will also find the content valuable.

5G Outlook Innovations and Applications

Author : Ramjee Prasad
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5G Outlook - Innovations and Applications is a collection of the recent research and development in the area of the Fifth Generation Mobile Technology (5G), the future of wireless communications. Plenty of novel ideas and knowledge of the 5G are presented in this book as well as divers applications from health science to business modeling. The authors of different chapters contributed from various countries and organizations. The chapters have also been presented at the 5th IEEE 5G Summit held in Aalborg on July 1, 2016. The book starts with a comprehensive introduction on 5G and its need and requirement. Then millimeter waves as a promising spectrum to 5G technology is discussed. The book continues with the novel and inspiring ideas for the future wireless communication usage and network. Further, some technical issues in signal processing and network design for 5G are presented. Finally, the book ends up with different applications of 5G in distinct areas. Topics widely covered in this book are: 5G technology from past to present to the futureMillimeter- waves and their characteristicsSignal processing and network design issues for 5GApplications, business modeling and several novel ideas for the future of 5G

Key 5G Physical Layer Technologies

Author : Douglas H. Morais
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This book covers the key technologies associated with the physical transmission of data on fifth generation (5G) mobile systems. Following an overview of these technologies, a high-level description of 3GPP’s mobile communications standard (5G NR) is given and it is shown how the key technologies presented earlier facilitate the transmission of control data and very high-speed user data. In the final chapter, an overview and the physical layer aspects of 5G NR enabled Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) networks is presented. This book is intended for those practicing engineers and graduate and upper undergraduate engineering students who have an interest in 3GPP’s 5G enabled mobile and or FWA networks and want to acquire, where missing, the necessary technology background in order to understand 3GPP’s physical layer specifications and operation. Provides a comprehensive covering of key 3GPP 5G NR physical layer technologies, presented in a clear, tractable fashion, with sufficient mathematics to make it technically coherent; Addresses all key 5G NR technologies, including digital modulation, LDPC and Polar coding, multicarrier based multiple access techniques, and multiple antenna techniques including MIMO and beamforming; Presents an overview of 5G NR Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture and a detailed understanding of how user and control data is transported in the physical layer by the application of the technologies presented; Provides an overview and addresses physical layer aspects of 5G NR enabled Fixed Wireless Access networks.

Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications

Author : Bhatt, Chintan
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Wireless communication is continuously evolving to improve and be a part of our daily communication. This leads to improved quality of services and applications supported by networking technologies. We are now able to use LTE, LTE-Advanced, and other emerging technologies due to the enormous efforts that are made to improve the quality of service in cellular networks. As the future of networking is uncertain, the use of deep learning and big data analytics is a point of focus as it can work in many capacities at a variety of levels for wireless communications. Implementing Data Analytics and Architectures for Next Generation Wireless Communications addresses the existing and emerging theoretical and practical challenges in the design, development, and implementation of big data algorithms, protocols, architectures, and applications for next generation wireless communications and their applications in smart cities. The chapters of this book bring together academics and industrial practitioners to exchange, discuss, and implement the latest innovations and applications of data analytics in advanced networks. Specific topics covered include key encryption techniques, smart home appliances, fog communication networks, and security in the internet of things. This book is valuable for technologists, data analysts, networking experts, practitioners, researchers, academicians, and students.

Wireless Communications Security

Author : Jyrki T. J. Penttinen
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This book describes the current and most probable future wireless security solutions. The focus is on the technical discussion of existing systems and new trends like Internet of Things (IoT). It also discusses existing and potential security threats, presents methods for protecting systems, operators and end-users, describes security systems attack types and the new dangers in the ever-evolving Internet. The book functions as a practical guide describing the evolvement of the wireless environment, and how to ensure the fluent continuum of the new functionalities, whilst minimizing the potential risks in network security.