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5g global research and standardization initiatives

5G - Global Research and Standardization Initiatives

Company: NEC Corporation

  • GISFI_SIG_201309406

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outline
Outline
  • Global Research Initiative
  • Global standardization initiative
    • ITU-T, 3GPP
  • Indian Government activities in 5G
    • Through ITU participation
  • GISFI – 5G Activities

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wireless technology trend
Wireless Technology - Trend

Source: White paper : 5G radio access [1]

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global research initiative
Global Research Initiative

EUROPE

  • Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the Twenty-twenty Information Society (METIS)
  • A 5G Wireless Communications Vision - Gerhard P. Fettweis, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany

UK

  • 5G Innovation Centre - University of Surrey

US

  • Polytechnic Institute of Newyork University - Professor Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport
  • Qualcomm 1000x program

CHINA

  • IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group -Ministry of Science and Technology (MST) of China

Korea

  • Samsung Research on 5G

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metis fp7project
METIS - FP7Project
  • Objective : Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the 2020 Information Society

–1000 times higher mobile data volume per area

–10 times to 100 times higher number of connected devices

–10 times to 100 times higher typical user data rate

–10 times longer battery life for low power MMC

– 5 times reduced End-to-End latency

    • Target application areas - health, safety, traffic, education, sports, games and energy.
  • Funding: EU FP7 project (5 vendor, 5 Operators, 13 academics) - 27 M€

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Source: METIS Project Presentation [2]

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a 5g wireless communications vision @ tu dresden germany
A 5G Wireless Communications Vision @ TU Dresden,Germany
  • Professor Gerhard P. Fettweis, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany
  • Vision
    • Data rates of 10 Gb/s will enable immersive virtual reality at levels not foreseen.
    • Communicating sensors embedded in our environment will enable a new world of Things 2.0. We will move from cellular/wireless communications to a new level of wireless monitoring.
    • Roundtrip latency of 1 ms will move the world from enjoying today’s wireless communication systems into the new world of wireless control systems.
    • Leading towards dramatically change our life, impacting all aspects of application areas such as health, safety, traffic, education, sports, games and energy
  • Funding: National Instruments

Timeline: Not available

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Source: Journal paper: A 5G Wireless Communication Vision [5]

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5g innovation centre uk
5G Innovation Centre - UK
  • Under the leadership of Professor RahimTafazolli

Objective

  • To develop future-thinking communications technologies, influence and inform new standards in 5G,
  • To develop a world-class test bed of 5G technologies.
  • Mainly focusing on processors, protocols and techniques for 5G

Funding Source

  • Creation of Research Centre: Funding from UK Research Partnership Investment Fund (UKRPIF)
  • 5G research project : £35 million funding from HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England) and a consortium of enthusiastic and forwarding-thinking mobile operators and infrastructure providers

Timeline: Not Available (Starts from 2013)

Source: Research Group Web page [6]

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5g research us
5G Research - US
  • Polytechnic Institute of Newyork University
    • Leader: Professor Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport
    • Project: Advance beyond 4G wireless technology and towards 5G cellular network
    • Funding: NSF funding through Accelerating Innovation Research Grant – USD 800,000
    • Objective:
      • To develop smarter and less expensive antenna in millimeter wave spectrum
      • To develop smarter device for smaller cell which utilize cooperative spectrum
  • Qualcomm 1000x program
    • More small cells
    • Effective ways of acquiring, deploying, operating and managing the resources

Timeline: Not Available

Source: Qualcomm Webpage [7]

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5g research china korea
5G Research – CHINA , KOREA
  • 5G Research - CHINA
    • IMT 2020 (5G) Promotional Group
    • Setup by China Ministry of Information Technology
    • Started from Feb 2012
  • The 5G phone future - Samsung
    • July 2013 – Spectrum News article
    • Samsung’s demonstrated millimeter wave transceiver technology during May 2013
      • Ultra-high 28GHz frequency band
      • Use of 64 antenna transceiver design

Source: IEEE Spectrum July 2013 news [8]

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global standardization initiative
Global Standardization Initiative
  • ITU : WRC-15
  • 3GPP: 2020 Vision: Shaping the Wireless World through Standards
  • GISFI - Wireless Innovative System for Dynamic Operating Mega Communications (WISDOM )

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itu wrc 15
ITU : WRC-15

Resolution 233 (WRC-12): Identification of additional frequency bands for International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT)

  • Technical and operational characteristics of IMT systems, including the evolution of IMT through advances in technology and spectrally efficient techniques, and their deployment;
  • The bands currently identified for IMT, the technical conditions of their use, and the possibility of optimizing the use of these bands with a view to increasing spectrum efficiency
  • The evolving needs, including user demand for IMT and other terrestrial mobile broadband applications;
  • The needs of developing countries
  • The time-frame in which spectrum would be needed

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3gpp 2020 vision shaping the wireless world through standards
3GPP: 2020 Vision: Shaping the Wireless World through Standards
  • Longer Term Evolution towards systems in 2020
  • Goals:
    • new spectrum allocation,
    • multi-RAT interworking,
    • 3D MIMO and massive MIMO
    • small-cell deployments.

Source: WWRF outlook [10]

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gisfi wisdom
GISFI – WISDOM
  • Need: systems that offer human-centric ubiquitous terabit wireless connectivity that will enable the human-centric mega-communication applications over the network of the future.
  • Vision: The aim is to let people seamlessly bridge the virtual and physical worlds offering the same level of all-senses, context-based, rich communication experience over fixed and wireless networks.
  • High Level Solution: Wireless Innovative System for Dynamic Operating Mega Communications (WISDOM) is a communication system for ubiqitous trustworthy human-centric connectivity via an arbitrary infrastructure support

Source: Prof. Ramjee Prasad Presentation [2]

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indian government activities on 5g standardisation
Indian Government activities on 5G standardisation
  • Providing input to ITU WRC-15
    • Proposal for development of a new Report on national spectrum requirements for implementation of IMT
    • Proposed modifications to working document towards preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R M.[IMT.VISION] - IMT Vision: "Framework and overall objectives of future development of IMT for 2020 and beyond“
  • National Preparatory Committee-15 ( NPC-15) for undertaking preparatory work for WRC-15 has been constituted under the Chairmanship of ShriV.V.Singh, Joint Wireless Adviser. NPC established 6 Working Groups
  • “India exploring business potential of commercializing ultra high-end spectrum bands above 6 GHz (13 GHz, 18 GHz and 27 GHz bands) to transmit data at 5G speeds” – by Senior DoT official at GSC meeting, South korea.

Source: Presentation Dr. S.M. Sharma Deputy Wireless Adviser WPC Wing[9]

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5g activities gisfi
5G activities – GISFI
  • So For
    • GISFI chairman presentation at Workshop on Converging Mobile Media titled “ Convergence towards futures” - Nov 2008
    • GISFI 5G- WISDOM : High level requirement for 5G system Dec 2012
  • Next Actions
    • Study of scenarios
    • Requirements consolidation
    • Architecture development
    • Protocol level development
      • Getting into details of physical layer and Higher layers

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reference
Reference
  • White paper : 5G radio access http://www.ericsson.com/res/docs/whitepapers/wp-5g.pdf
  • METIS project presentation: https://www.metis2020.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/METIS_project_presentation_public.pdf
  • World Radio communication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) Agenda and Relevant Resolutions http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-r/oth/12/01/R12010000014A01PDFE.pdf
  • Visions for the Wireless Future Wireless World 2020 Workshops http://www.wwrf.ch/files/wwrf/content/files/publications/outlook/Outlook8.pdf
  • A 5G Wireless Communications Vision

http://www.microwav ejournal.com/articles/print/18751-a-5g-wireless-communications-vision

  • Mobile Communications Research Group

http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/ccsr/research/mobile/

  • Web_1000x Mobile Data Challenge: http://www.qualcomm.com/media/documents/web1000x-mobile-data-challenge
  • The 5G phone future, Spectrum News article, July 2013
  • PRESENTATION ON WRC-15 ISSUES FOR INDIA http://www.itu-apt.org/s-m-sharma-wrc-2015.pdf
  • Visions for the Wireless Future Wireless World 2020 Workshops :Outlook May 2013, No 8 http://www.wwrf.ch/outlook.html

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backup
Backup

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prof ramjee prasad presentations
Prof. Ramjee Prasad Presentations
  • 2008 Presentations on “ Convergence towards future”
  • 2012 Presentation on 5G Standardisation

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