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Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering

Center for Post Graduation Studies


Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Technical Seminar 3 MTech


Title of paper: Next Generation 5G Wireless Networks : A
Comprehensive Survey

Student Name: Abhishek Rai


Next Generation 5G Wireless Networks:
A Comprehensive Survey 1
Presentation Flow
EMERGING APPLICATIONS

QOS

QOE

SUSTAINABILITY AND ENERGY-EFFICIENCY


IN 5G WIRELESS NETWORKS

Next Generation 5G Wireless Networks:


Title of the Project A Comprehensive Survey 2
EMERGING APPLICATIONS
Two significant trends are driving the wireless
industry to develop a fifth generation of network
technology:
the explosive increase in demand for wireless
broadband services needing faster, higher-
capacity networks that can deliver video and
other content- rich services;

the Internet of Things (IoT) that is fuelling a


need for massive connectivity of devices, and also
a need for ultra - reliable, ultra- low- latency
connectivity over Internet Protocol (IP).
Current wireless networks will struggle to
deliver:
vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to- infrastructure
transportation systems;
industrial automation and utility applications;
wireless health services;
consumer and business virtual and augmented reality
services;
some smart city applications;
smart homes and a number of uses for mobile
broadband, including the delivery of content
everywhere

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D2D Communication
Device centric nature of 5G wireless is expected to
enable the devices in proximity to communicate directly
by passing the cellular BS for sharing relevant contents.

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Major recent research activities in D2D
include:
game theoretic pricing schemes
social networking prototypes (e.g.
Qualcomms FlashLinQ)
public safety networks and maximum
allowable distance estimation for
commercial roll out

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M2M Communication
M2M communications are also expected to have native
support in 5G wireless.
Major features of M2M communications involve
automated data generation, processing, transfer and
exchange between intelligent machines, with minimum
human intervention.

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D2D vs. M2M

D2D M2M

Describes connectivity Services Application Oriented

Direct device to device communication Remote devices communicates


through a centralized node

Access specific Access agnostic

Local comm. improves spectral Not applicable


efficiency

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Internet of Things (IoT)
IoT envision millions of simultaneous connections,
involving a variety of devices, connected homes, smart
grids and smart transportation systems.

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Six unique challenges of IoT include
(i) Automated sensor configuration,
(ii) context discovery,
(iii) acquisition, modeling and reasoning
(iv) selection of sensors in sensing-as-a-
service model
(v) security privacy- trust
(vi) context sharing

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Advanced Vehicular Communications
IoV technology refers to dynamic mobile
communication systems that communicate between
vehicles and public networks using V2V (vehicle-to-
vehicle), V2R (vehicle-to-road), V2H (vehicle-to-human)
and V2S (vehicle-to-sensor) interactions.
IoV system is a three-level "Client-Connection-Cloud"
system

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Miscellaneous Applications
5G based future mobile networks have a huge potential
to transform different financial services , like banking,
payments, personal finance management, social
payments, peer to peer transaction and local commerce.
Sensing, communication and control increases efficiency
and reliability of power grids, thereby modernizing them
to Smart Grids (SGs).
Smart cities, with fundamentals of sustainability are
gaining momentum.

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QOS
Metrics like bandwidth, error rate, signal strength, etc.
are utilized along with traditional RTT delay to
determine the offered QoS.
During the evolution of QoS management device in
3GPP (GSM/UMTS/LTE) networks, there was a
migration from QoS management at the user
equipment level to the QoS management at the
network level.
QoS requirements is the total packet delay budget
(PDB), which is formed on the RAN air interface and is
treated as the maximum packet delay with a confidence
level of 98%.

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QOE

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Relation between QoS and QoE

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SON Enabled Quality Management
SON offers autonomic functionalities to wireless
networks by self-configuration, self-optimization and
self-healing.
Self configuration replaces conventional manual
configuration process
Legacy networks use periodic drive tests and log
report analysis for optimization.
Self healing involves remote detection, diagnosis and
recovery actions to alleviate network impairments
caused by any fault
This leads to improved user experience and network
automation by reducing human intervention.
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Major Ongoing Trends in Self
Organizing Networks.

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Energy-Efficient Backhaul
To reduce manual interference and energy consumption,
complex 5G network should have self organizing
backhaul links.
Require huge changes in how mobile networks and
their underlying infrastructures are built
Higher capacity density
Service and network virtualization
Mission critical services

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Thank You

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