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Mobile Communication Networks 5G and a Vision of 6G

Author : Mladen Božanić
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This book contributes to the body of scholarly knowledge by exploring the main ideas of wireless networks of past, present, and future, trends in the field of networking, the capabilities of 5G and technologies that are potential enablers of 6G, potential 6G applications and requirements, as well as unique challenges and opportunities that 6G research is going to offer over the next decade. It covers research topics such as communication via millimeter-waves, terahertz waves and visible light to enable faster speeds, as well as research into achieving other basic requirements of 6G networks. These include low end-to-end latency, high energy efficiency, coverage that is ubiquitous and always-on, integration of terrestrial wireless with non-terrestrial networks, network management that is made more effective by connected intelligence with machine learning capabilities, as well as support for the evolution of old service classes and support for new ones.

6G Mobile Wireless Networks

Author : Yulei Wu
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This book is the world’s first book on 6G Mobile Wireless Networks that aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of key drivers, use cases, research requirements, challenges and open issues that are expected to drive 6G research. In this book, we have invited world-renowned experts from industry and academia to share their thoughts on different aspects of 6G research. Specifically, this book covers the following topics: 6G Use Cases, Requirements, Metrics and Enabling Technologies, PHY Technologies for 6G Wireless, Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface for 6G Wireless Networks, Millimeter-wave and Terahertz Spectrum for 6G Wireless, Challenges in Transport Layer for Tbit/s Communications, High-capacity Backhaul Connectivity for 6G Wireless, Cloud Native Approach for 6G Wireless Networks, Machine Type Communications in 6G, Edge Intelligence and Pervasive AI in 6G, Blockchain: Foundations and Role in 6G, Role of Open-source Platforms in 6G, and Quantum Computing and 6G Wireless. The overarching aim of this book is to explore the evolution from current 5G networks towards the future 6G networks from a service, air interface and network perspective, thereby laying out a vision for 6G networks. This book not only discusses the potential 6G use cases, requirements, metrics and enabling technologies, but also discusses the emerging technologies and topics such as 6G PHY technologies, reconfigurable intelligent surface, millimeter-wave and THz communications, visible light communications, transport layer for Tbit/s communications, high-capacity backhaul connectivity, cloud native approach, machine-type communications, edge intelligence and pervasive AI, network security and blockchain, and the role of open-source platform in 6G. This book provides a systematic treatment of the state-of-the-art in these emerging topics and their role in supporting a wide variety of verticals in the future. As such, it provides a comprehensive overview of the expected applications of 6G with a detailed discussion of their requirements and possible enabling technologies. This book also outlines the possible challenges and research directions to facilitate the future research and development of 6G mobile wireless networks.

Mobile Communication Networks 5G and a Vision of 6G

Author : Mladen Božanić
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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.

Harnessing the Potential of AI for Modeling 6g Networks

Author : Moses John Strydom
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Our future society will be increasingly digitized, hyper-connected, and globally data driven. Mobile communication technologies are expected to progress far beyond anything seen so far in wireless-enabled applications, making everyday lives smoother and safer and dramatically improving the efficiency of businesses. As fifth generation (5G) research is maturing towards a global standard, the research community must focus on the development of beyond-5G solutions and the 2030 era, that is, 6G and beyond. It is not clear yet what 6G will entail, and what new technologies will emerge, but it is clear the way in which data is collected, processed, transmitted, and consumed within the wireless network will be a key driver for 6G. These next-generation wireless networks must support ultra-reliable, low-latency communication, and intelligently manage a massive number of internet of things, or even the internet of everything devices in real time, within a highly dynamic environment. Enabling the vision of 6G requires addressing myriad theoretical and practical challenges. Harnessing the Potential of AI for Modeling 6G Networks investigates artificial intelligence-enabled sixth generation (6G) wireless networks. This cutting-edge book covers all areas related to 6G research including a heavy focus on the related emerging technologies. While highlighting topics such as wireless connectivity, device and circuit technologies, and the services and applications of 6G, this book is ideally intended for participants from both industry and academia working in all the domains of big data, artificial intelligence, robotics, and engineering, along with practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in the potential of artificial intelligence and wireless networks across myriad different sectors.

Forthcoming Networks and Sustainability in the IoT Era

Author : Enver Ever
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Next Generation Wireless Terahertz Communication Networks

Author : Saim Ghafoor
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The rapid growth of the data traffic demands new ways to achieve high-speed wireless links. The backbone networks, data centers, mission-critical applications, as well as end-users sitting in office or home, all require ultra-high throughput and ultra-low latency wireless links. Sophisticated technological advancement and huge bandwidth are required to reduce the latency. Terahertz band, in this regard, has a huge potential to provide these high-capacity links where a user can download the file in a few seconds. To realize the high-capacity wireless links for future applications, in this book, different aspects of the Terahertz band wireless communication network are presented. This book highlights the Terahertz channel characteristics and modeling, antenna design and beamforming, device characterization, applications, and protocols. It also provides state-of-the-art knowledge on different communication aspects of Terahertz communication and techniques to realize the true potential of the Terahertz band for wireless communication.

5G Multimedia Communication

Author : Zoran S. Bojkovic
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In bringing to the readers the book 5G Multimedia Communication: Technology, Multiservices and Deployment, the aim is to present current work and direction on the challenging subject of multimedia communications, with theoretical and practical roots. The past two decades have witnessed an extremely fast evolution of mobile cellular network technology. The fifth generation of mobile wireless systems has achieved the first milestone toward finalization and deployment by 2020. This is vital to the development of future multimedia communications. Also, it is necessary to consider 5G technology from the performance point of view by analyzing network capabilities to the operator and to the end user in terms of data rate, capacity, coverage, energy efficiency, connectivity and latency. The book is divided into three major parts with each part containing four to seven chapters: • Critical enabling technology • Multiservices network • Deployment scenarios The first part discusses enabling technologies, such as green communication, channel modeling, massive and distributed MIMO and ML-based networks. In the second part, different methodologies and standards for multiservices have been discussed. Exclusive chapters have been dedicated to each of the open research challenges such as multimedia operating in 5G environment, network slicing optimization, mobile edge computing, mobile video multicast/broadcast, integrated satellite and drone communication. The third part paved the way to deployment scenarios for different innovative services including integration of a multienergy system in smart cities, intelligent transportation systems, 5G connectivity in the transport sector, healthcare services, 5G edge-based video surveillance and challenges of connectivity for massive IoT in 5G and beyond systems. The book is written by experts in the field who introduced scientific and engineering concepts, covering the 5G multimedia communication areas. The book can be read cover-to-cover or selectively in the areas of interest for the readers. Generally, the book is intended for novel readers who could benefit from understanding general concepts, practitioners who seek guidance into the field and senior-level as well as graduate-level engineering students in understanding the process of today’s wireless multimedia communications.

6G Wireless Communications and Mobile Networking

Author : Xianzhong Xie
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6G Wireless Communications and Mobile Networking introduces the key technologies behind 6G wireless communication and mobile networking to the reader. The book starts with a general vision of 6G technology, which includes the motivation that drives 6G research, the international organizations working on 6G standardization and recent progress in 6G research. Separate chapters on millimeter-wave and terahertz-wave technologies in 6G, the development of latest 6G antenna technology as well as related wireless communication applications are included in the contents. The book also provides details about the 6G network layer, such as self-organizing network driven by network slicing, software-defined networking and network function virtualization. Finally, it covers some popular research topics, including the challenges and solutions to massive 6G IoT networks, 6G cloud/edge computing and big data systems that may appear in the foreseeable future. Key Features: - Provides a complete introduction to 6G vision and technology - Consists of both basic theories and frontier technologies - Separate chapters on key topics such as 6G physical layers, millimeter wave and terahertz technology and advanced antenna arrays - Covers future trends and applications such as intelligent management systems, 6G IoT networks, cloud/edge computing and big data applications This focused reference will significantly enhance the knowledge of engineering students and apprentices involved in the field of telecommunications. Readers interested in cutting-edge wireless networking technologies will also benefit from the information provided.

5G

Author : Zhengmao Li
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This book takes China Mobile's "5G +" plan as the mainline, introduces three major scenarios, nine indicators, system architecture and basic principles of 5G, and systematically explains the essence of China Mobile's "5G +" for the first time. A lot of industry use cases and solutions are introduced for 5G to bring new changes to life, industries, and social governance. This book can benefit all readers who are interested in 5G. It also can be a reference for vertical industry partners to fully understand the possible applications of 5G. Most of all, it will help to promote all industries with new developments based on 5G's new kinetic energy.

6G Mobile Wireless Networks

Author : Yulei Wu
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Cybersecurity Issues in Emerging Technologies

Author : Ioanna Kantzavelou
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The threat landscape is evolving with tremendous speed. We are facing an extremely fast-growing attack surface with a diversity of attack vectors, a clear asymmetry between attackers and defenders, billions of connected IoT devices, mostly reactive detection and mitigation approaches, and finally big data challenges. The clear asymmetry of attacks and the enormous amount of data are additional arguments to make it necessary to rethink cybersecurity approaches in terms of reducing the attack surface, to make the attack surface dynamic, to automate the detection, risk assessment, and mitigation, and to investigate the prediction and prevention of attacks with the utilization of emerging technologies like blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning. This book contains eleven chapters dealing with different Cybersecurity Issues in Emerging Technologies. The issues that are discussed and analyzed include smart connected cars, unmanned ships, 5G/6G connectivity, blockchain, agile incident response, hardware assisted security, ransomware attacks, hybrid threats and cyber skills gap. Both theoretical analysis and experimental evaluation of state-of-the-art techniques are presented and discussed. Prospective readers can be benefitted in understanding the future implications of novel technologies and proposed security solutions and techniques. Graduate and postgraduate students, research scholars, academics, cybersecurity professionals, and business leaders will find this book useful, which is planned to enlighten both beginners and experienced readers.

Wireless Sensor Networks

Author : Siva Yellampalli
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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) consist of tiny sensors capable of sensing, computing, and communicating. Due to advances in semiconductors, networking, and material science technologies, it is now possible to deploy large-scale WSNs. The advancement in these technologies has not only decreased the deployment and maintenance costs of networks but has also increased the life of networks and made them more rugged. As WSNs become more reliable with lower maintenance costs, they are being deployed and used across various sectors for multiple applications. This book discusses the applications, challenges, and design and deployment techniques of WSNs.

Soft Computing Theories and Applications

Author : Tarun K. Sharma
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Data Analytics and Management

Author : Ashish Khanna
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Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks

Author : Giuseppe Caso
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Cognitive Radio-Oriented Wireless Networks, CROWNCOM 2020, held in Rome, Italy, in November 2020. Due to COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held virtually. The 13 revised full papers were selected from 28 submissions and present all major technical aspects related to cognitive radio and networks. The papers are organized in four sessions: spectrum sensing and environment awareness; resource sharing and optimization; verticals and applications; business models and spectrum management.

Innovations in Cyber Physical Systems

Author : Jawar Singh
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Proceedings of International Conference on Sustainable Expert Systems

Author : Subarna Shakya
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This book includes papers on intelligent expert systems and sustainability applications in the areas of data science, image processing, wireless communication, risk assessment, healthcare, intelligent social network mining, and energy. The recent growth of sustainability leads to a progressively new era of computing, where its design and deployment leverages significant impact on the intelligent systems research. Moreover, the sustainability technologies can be effectively used in the progressive deployment of various network-enabled technologies like intelligent sensors, smart cities, wearable technologies, robotics, web applications and other such Internet technologies. The thrust of this book is to publish the state-of-the-art research articles that deals with the design, development, implementation and testing of the intelligent expert systems and also to provide an overview of the sustainable management of these systems.

Intelligent Systems and Networks

Author : Duc-Tan Tran
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Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Empowered 6G

Author : Hongliang Zhang
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