5G NR and Enhancements

5G NR and Enhancements
Author: Hai Tang,Ning Yang,Zhi Zhang,Zhongda Du,Jia Shen
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 1069
Release: 2021-10-24
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780323911191

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5G NR and Enhancements: From R15 to R16 introduces 5G standards, along with the 5G standardization procedure. The pros and cons of this technical option are reviewed, with the reason why the solution selected explained. The book's authors are 3GPP delegates who have been working on 4G/5G standardization for over 10 years. Their experience with the 5G standardization process will help readers understand the technology. Thousands of 3GPP papers and dozens of meeting minutes are also included to help explain how the 5G stand came into form. Provides a complete introduction to 5G standards, including Release 15 and 16, the essential vertical features URLLC, V2X and unlicensed spectrum access Introduces the 5G standardization procedure, along with the pros, cons and technical options Explains the “balance system design principle from the 5G standardization procedure Presents a vision of 5G R17 and 6G

5G NR The Next Generation Wireless Access Technology

5G NR  The Next Generation Wireless Access Technology
Author: Erik Dahlman,Stefan Parkvall,Johan Skold
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 466
Release: 2018-08-09
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9780128143247

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5G NR: The Next Generation Wireless Access Technology follows the authors' highly celebrated books on 3G and 4G by providing a new level of insight into 5G NR. After an initial discussion of the background to 5G, including requirements, spectrum aspects and the standardization timeline, all technology features of the first phase of NR are described in detail. Included is a detailed description of the NR physical-layer structure and higher-layer protocols, RF and spectrum aspects and co-existence and interworking with LTE. The book provides a good understanding of NR and the different NR technology components, giving insight into why a certain solution was selected. Content includes: Key radio-related requirements of NR, design principles, technical features Details of basic NR transmission structure, showing where it has been inherited from LTE and where it deviates from it, and the reasons why NR Multi-antenna transmission functionality Detailed description of the signals and functionality of the initial NR access, including signals for synchronization and system information, random access and paging LTE/NR co-existence in the same spectrum, the benefits of their interworking as one system The different aspects of mobility in NR RF requirements for NR will be described both for BS and UE, both for the legacy bands and for the new mm-wave bands Gives a concise and accessible explanation of the underlying technology and standards for 5G NR radio-access technology Provides detailed description of the NR physical-layer structure and higher-layer protocols, RF and spectrum aspects and co-existence and interworking with LTE Gives insight not only into the details of the NR specification but also an understanding of why certain solutions look like they do

5G and Beyond

5G and Beyond
Author: Xingqin Lin,Namyoon Lee
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 538
Release: 2021-03-25
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783030581978

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This book provides an accessible and comprehensive tutorial on the key enabling technologies for 5G and beyond, covering both the fundamentals and the state-of-the-art 5G standards. The book begins with a historical overview of the evolution of cellular technologies and addresses the questions on why 5G and what is 5G. Following this, six tutorial chapters describe the fundamental technology components for 5G and beyond. These include modern advancements in channel coding, multiple access, massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO), network densification, unmanned aerial vehicle enabled cellular networks, and 6G wireless systems. The second part of this book consists of five chapters that introduce the basics of 5G New Radio (NR) standards developed by 3GPP. These include 5G architecture, protocols, and physical layer aspects. The third part of this book provides an overview of the key 5G NR evolution directions. These directions include ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) enhancements, operation in unlicensed spectrum, positioning, integrated access and backhaul, air-to-ground communication, and non-terrestrial networks with satellite communication.

5G NR

5G NR
Author: Sassan Ahmadi
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 960
Release: 2019-06-15
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780128134023

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5G NR: Architecture, Technology, Implementation, and Operation of 3GPP New Radio Standards is an in-depth, systematic, technical reference on 3GPP's New Radio standards (Release 15 and beyond), covering the underlying theory, functional descriptions, practical considerations and implementation of the 5G new radio access technology. The book describes the design and operation of individual components and shows how they are integrated into the overall system and operate from a systems perspective. Uniquely, this book gives detailed information on RAN protocol layers, transport, network architecture and services, as well as practical implementation and deployment issues, making it suitable for researchers and engineers who are designing and developing 5G systems. Reflecting on the author's 30 plus years of experience in signal processing, microelectronics and wireless communication system design, this book is ideal for professional engineers, researchers and graduate students working and researching in cellular communication systems and protocols as well as mobile broadband wireless standards. Strong focus on practical considerations, implementation and deployment issues Takes a top-down approach to explain system operation and functional interconnection Covers all functional components, features, and interfaces based on clear protocol structure and block diagrams Describes RF and transceiver design considerations in sub-6 GHz and mmWave bands Covers network slicing, SDN/NFV/MEC networks and cloud and virtualized RAN architectures Comprehensive coverage of NR multi-antenna techniques and beamformed operation A consistent and integrated coverage reflecting the author’s decades of experience in developing 3G, 4G and 5G technologies and writing two successful books in these areas

5G NR

5G NR
Author: Erik Dahlman,Stefan Parkvall,Johan Skold
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 610
Release: 2020-09-18
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9780128223215

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5G NR: The Next Generation Wireless Access Technology, Second Edition, follows the authors' highly celebrated books on 3G and 4G and provides a new level of insight into 5G NR. After background discussion of 5G, including requirements, spectrum aspects, and the standardization timeline, all technology features of the first phase of NR are described in detail. The book covers the NR physical-layer structure and higher-layer protocols, RF and spectrum aspects, and co-existence and interworking with LTE. The book provides a good foundation in NR and different NR technology components, giving insight into why a certain solution has been selected.This second edition is updated to reflect the latest developments in Release 16 and includes brand new chapters on: NR in unlicensed spectrum; NR-U in Rel-16; IAB; V2X and sidelink in Rel-16; industrial IoT; IIoT and referring to the URLLC enhancements for PDCCH; RIM/CL; and positioning. Also included are the key radio-related requirements of NR; design principles; technical features of basic NR transmission structure—showing where it was inherited from LTE, where it deviates from it, and the reasons why— NR multi-antenna transmission functionality; detailed description of the signals and functionality of the initial NR access, including signals for synchronization and system information; random access and paging; LTE/NR co-existence in the same spectrum and the benefits of their interworking as one system; and different aspects of mobility in NR. RF requirements for NR are described for BS and UE, the legacy bands, and for the new mm-wave bands. Gives a concise and accessible explanation of the underlying technology and standards for 5G NR radio-access technology Provides detailed description of the NR physical-layer structure and higher-layer protocols, RF and spectrum aspects, and co-existence and interworking with LTE Gives insight not only into the details of the NR specification, but also an understanding of why certain solutions look like they do Includes the key radio-related requirements of NR, design principles, and technical features of basic NR transmission structure

Location Based Services in Cellular Networks from GSM to 5G NR

Location Based Services in Cellular Networks  from GSM to 5G NR
Author: Adrián Cardalda García,Stefan Maier,Abhay Phillips
Publsiher: Artech House
Total Pages: 496
Release: 2020-07-31
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781630816360

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This exciting new book delivers a comprehensive overview of the cellular network architecture, with focus on the positioning applications and emergency call services, and covers aspects brought by 5G, including the core virtualization and the network slicing to optimize cellular network deployments. Focus is given to the different positioning technologies used in cellular networks, divided in satellite positioning, terrestrial radio positioning, non-RF positioning and a brief introduction to sensor fusion and Bayesian theory. It provides an overview of all the positioning technologies used in cellular networks, from GSM to 5G, from RAT independent technologies, such as A-GNSS (including GNSS evolution, RTK and PPP), WiFi, Bluetooth and sensor fusion, to cellular network native technologies, such as OTDOA / DL-TDOA, ECID, multi-cell RTT and the Angle Of Arrival (AOA) based techniques that take advantage of 5G mmWave beamforming features. Different positioning protocols, especially the LTE Positioning Protocol (LPP), which is used for LTE and 5G NR and defines the communication between the user device (mobile phone, connected vehicle, etc.) and the base station are explained extensively, and compares it with other competing protocols such as OMA LPPE. Furthermore, it also explains the core network positioning protocols (LPPa, NRPPa), that describe the communication between the location server and the core network. Explanation of different signaling parameters will enable the reader to understand better how positioning works in a cellular network. The contents of this book are aimed at all types of users, from beginners to the concept of positioning to experts that are looking to enhance their knowledge of positioning in cellular networks.

5G New Radio Beyond Mobile Broadband

5G New Radio  Beyond Mobile Broadband
Author: Amitav Mukherjee
Publsiher: Artech House
Total Pages: 316
Release: 2019-10-31
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781630816421

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Fifth-generation cellular radio access networks are currently being standardized as 5G New Radio (NR). The primary objectives of 5G NR are to provide enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) capabilities. This innovative resource analyzes these applications in detail to help readers understand how the flexible design of NR makes it suitable for a wide range of use cases and applications. The rationale behind the design decisions made during the NR standardization process are explored. Readers will be able to understand the performance limits of NR when applied to non-eMBB scenarios and how NR compares to 4G and IEEE 802.x connectivity solutions for such scenarios. The main features of 5G phase 2 are explored, as well as the use cases that can be addressed by 5G phase 2. The mathematical models are included to help explain the future evolution of NR in Release 16 and beyond. This is the only book that describes both the standards features of NR and the mathematical models/open research issues for 5G, appealing to both industry practitioners and academic researchers.

NG RAN and 5G NR

NG RAN and 5G NR
Author: Frederic Launay
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2021-08-24
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781786306289

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NG-RAN and 5G-NR describes the deployment of 5G NSA (non standalone 5G) and 5G-SA (standalone 5G). 5G-NSA deals with radio access entities. For the 5G-NSA mode, dual MR DC connectivity is based on radio measurements, allowing the master 4G base station MeNB to add or remove a secondary 5G node SgNB. This book describes the architecture of the NG radio access network and the 5G-NR radio interface according to the 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) specifications. The overall architecture of the NG-RAN, including the NG, Xn and F1 interfaces and their interaction with the radio interface, are also described. The 5G-NR physical layer is mainly connected by implementing antennas, which improves transmission capacity. 5G-SA deals with the 5G Core network. In the 5G-SA model, the mobile is attached to the 5G Core network through NG-RAN. The book explains radio procedure, from switching on a device to establishing a data connection, and how this connection is maintained even if mobility is involved for both 5G-SA and 5G-NSA deployment. NG-RAN and 5G-NR is devoted to the radio access network, but mobile registration, establishment procedures and re-establishment procedures are also explained.