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5G GENERATION PRESENTED BY: ADIK SUSILO W AHMAD FIRDAUSI TEGUH DWI CAHYA ABDURRAHMAN SALAH H.L. ARIS MUNANDAR.

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1 5G GENERATION PRESENTED BY: ADIK SUSILO W AHMAD FIRDAUSI TEGUH DWI CAHYA ABDURRAHMAN SALAH H.L. ARIS MUNANDAR

2 AGENDA Wireless Access Generations What is 5G? 5G Spectrum Role of LTE evolution in the 5G context? New radio access technologies? Bussiness Model Transport impact?

3 Wireless access generations The foundation of mobile telephony Mobile telephony for everyone The foundation of mobile broadband The future of mobile broadband The Networked Society 1G2G3G4G5G Providing a wireless connectivity platform for the services of the Network Society

4 COMPARISON OF 1G TO 5G TECHNOLOGIES 1G 2G/2.5G 3G 4G 1970/ / / / /2015 2kbps14-64kbps2mbps200mbps>1gbps Analog cellularDigital cellular Broadbandwidth/cdm a/ip technology Unified ip &seamless combo of LAN/WAN/WLAN/PAN 4G+WWWW Mobile telephony Digital voice,short messaging Integrated high quality audio, video & data Dynamic information access, variable devices with AI capabilities FDMA TDMA/CDMA CDMA Circuit Circuit/circuit for access network&air interface Packet except for air interface All packet PSTN Packet networkInternet Horizontal Horizontal&Verti cal

5 Range of Requirments Example: machine type communication Low cost Low energy Ultra reliable Very low latency Very high availability Small data volumes Massive numbers Massive MTC Critical MTC …… “Tactile Internet” Smart grid Traffic safety & control Industrial application Capillary networks Sensors, actuators BalanceComplexity,Cost,Divergent Modes, andRelevance

6 Enabling new business opportunities Consumer electronics Automotive Transport EnvironmentalInfrastructures Agriculture Pollution Air, Water, Soil Weather, Climate Noise Connected gadgets Appliances Wearables Robotics Participatory sensing Social Web of Things Forestry Crops and farming Urban agriculture Livestock, Fisheries Buildings, Homes Roads, Rail Autonomous vehicles Multimodal transport UtilitiesHealth, Well-beingSmart Cities Process industries … ? Smart Grid Water management Gas, Oil, Renewables Waste management Heating, Cooling Remote monitoring Assisted living Behavioral change Treatment compliance Sports, Fitness Integrated environments Optimized operations Convenience Socioeconomics Sustainability Robotics Manufacturing Natural resources Remote operations Automation Heavy machinery

7 What is 5G? A platform on which any future wireless application can be implemented A widerange ofrequirements More than just bigger and better mobile broadband Evolution of existing radio access + New radio-access technologies

8 5G Radio Access ›LTE evolution = backwards-compatible evolution – Strive to meet 5G requirements – Possible to retain legacy UEs on the same carrier  quick introduction of 5G services – LTE should evolve as far as possible, constrained by backwards compatibility › Further enhanced MBB & MTC › Higher capacity, lower latency, higher reliability, lower consumption, … energyenergy ›New RAT = no backwards-compatibility constraints – Further optimization without compatibility constraints

9 5G Spectrum Range Evolutionof existing technology + Newradio-accesstechnology Below 6 GHz Above 6 GHz Potential new spectrum below 6 GHz Overall 5G solution Different detailed solutions depending on frequency Common “higherlayers”layers” “L1/L2” Backwards compatible No compatibility LTE evolution“New RAT”“New RAT” constraints Tight interworkingTight interworking Gradual migration into existing spectrum Existing spectrum New spectrum

10 ›From below 1 GHz up to 100 GHz – Lower frequencies (< 6 GHz) will be the backbone, providing 5G services with wide-area coverage – Higher frequencies (>10 GHz) for extreme traffic capacityand data rates in dense scenarios 5G spectrum range 10 GHz10 GHz 1 GHz1 GHz3 GHz3 GHz30 GHz30 GHz100 GHz › 2020: LTE deployed in most available lower-frequency spectrum  Allow for backwards-compatible introduction of 5G capabilities at lower frequencies 5G Spectrum Range

11 5G Technology Areas Multi-antenna technologies For higher as well as lower frequencies Extension to higher frequencies Complementing lower frequencies for extreme capacity and data rates in dense areas Multi-site coordination Spectrum flexibility Multi-site transmission/reception Spectrum sharingDuplex Flexibility Beam-forming for coverage Multi-user MIMO for capacity Multi-layer connectivity Unlicensed Shared licensed Network sharing Complementing dedicated licensed spectrum Device-to-device communication Direct communication Device-based relaying Cooperative devices Ultra-lean design Minimize transmissions not related to user data Separate delivery of user data and system information Access/backhaul integration Same technology for access and backhaul Same spectrum for access and backhaul … Higher data rates and enhanced energy efficiency

12 System Control Plane ›Separate user-plane data transmission from system functionality – System information and control provided wide-area by overlaid layer – Underlaid network nodes only active when user-data to convey ›Major part of system information provided on a per-need basis – Minimize amount of broadcast system information – Separate of user data from control and system information  multi-layer connectivity ›Multiple RATs may share the same system control plane

13 Multi-Site Connectivity ›Multi-site transmission – Reception of multiple beams ›Multi-layer connectivity – Between overlaid low-frequency and underlaid high-frequency layers ›Robustness – Spotty coverage ›Diversity and robustness – Rapid changes in propagation conditions  atathigher frequency bands connectivityto multiple sitesbeneficial

14 Device-to-device communication ›Tightly integrated device-to-device communication under networkcontrol Broadcast / Groupcast Unicast Network-controlled direct communication Network-controlled direct communication Device-based Relaying Unicast Direct communication

15 Bussiness Model

16 Transport Data Plane Key challenges Latency Number of transport clients Capacity Order of magnitude higher traffic densities Several orders of magnitude in some areas/locations Additional order of magnitude required capacity for specific segments and deployment models (e.g. C-RAN) Site/cell densification will lead to a larger number of transport clients Up to a factor 100 small cells per macro in some areas Support for low latency services considered as one important aspect of 5G (e.g. critical MTC). Stringent latency requirements associated with supporting particular RAN deployment models (CPRI fronthaul, CoMP, etc) FlexibleFlexible Affordable & Sustainable

17 2020: small cells and 5G - impact on Transport, sync, security? ›5G: “Seamless wireless Internet” – “10 Gbps” throughput on air interface LTE will become the dominant technology < 6 GHz with backhaul, midhaul & fronthaul transport › More bandwidth (100G -> 1T) needed on backhaul › e2e transport + radio solutions – “1 ms” latency on air interface Network controller / gateway site SGW, MME Remote radio site Basestation site Fronthaul Backhaul RRU Macro eNB › Lower latency on backhaul and fronthaul › More localised X2 routing over midhaul (including IPsec) 5G target architecture – Ultra dense, 10 m cell range Midhaul Backhaul › Small cellsiteSmall cellsite › Use any available transmission for backhaul, midhaul & fronthaul › Cloud-based security infrastructure › ”Intelligent” transport (e.g., SDN, SON) – New Licensed/unlicenced spectrum › Available for wireless backhaul Pico eNB ↑ transport Evolution: latency,latency,BW,connections,optionsoptions

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