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Title: The METIS 5G System Concept: Meeting the 5G Requirements
Authors: Hugo Tullberg;Petar Popovski;Zexian Li;Mikko A. Uusitalo;Andreas Hoglund;Omer Bulakci;Mikael Fallgren;Jose F. Monserrat
subject: METIS 5G system concept|system-level evaluation|lean system control plane|wireless communication system|ultra-reliable MTC|traffic flow|spectrum toolbox|extreme mobile broadband|dynamic radio access network|massive machine-type communication
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The development of every new generation of wireless communication systems starts with bold, high-level requirements and predictions of its capabilities. The 5G system will not only have to surpass previous generations with respect to rate and capacity, but also address new usage scenarios with very diverse requirements, including various kinds of machine-type communication. Following this, the METIS project has developed a 5G system concept consisting of three generic 5G services: extreme mobile broadband, massive machine-type communication, and ultra-reliable MTC, supported by four main enablers: a lean system control plane, a dynamic radio access network, localized contents and traffic flows, and a spectrum toolbox. This article describes the most important system-level 5G features, enabled by the concept, necessary to meet the very diverse 5G requirements. System-level evaluation results of the METIS 5G system concept are presented, and we conclude that the 5G requirements can be met with the proposed system concept.
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ISSN: 0163-6804
volume: 54
issue: 12
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Title: The METIS 5G System Concept: Meeting the 5G Requirements
Authors: Hugo Tullberg;Petar Popovski;Zexian Li;Mikko A. Uusitalo;Andreas Hoglund;Omer Bulakci;Mikael Fallgren;Jose F. Monserrat
subject: METIS 5G system concept|system-level evaluation|lean system control plane|wireless communication system|ultra-reliable MTC|traffic flow|spectrum toolbox|extreme mobile broadband|dynamic radio access network|massive machine-type communication
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The development of every new generation of wireless communication systems starts with bold, high-level requirements and predictions of its capabilities. The 5G system will not only have to surpass previous generations with respect to rate and capacity, but also address new usage scenarios with very diverse requirements, including various kinds of machine-type communication. Following this, the METIS project has developed a 5G system concept consisting of three generic 5G services: extreme mobile broadband, massive machine-type communication, and ultra-reliable MTC, supported by four main enablers: a lean system control plane, a dynamic radio access network, localized contents and traffic flows, and a spectrum toolbox. This article describes the most important system-level 5G features, enabled by the concept, necessary to meet the very diverse 5G requirements. System-level evaluation results of the METIS 5G system concept are presented, and we conclude that the 5G requirements can be met with the proposed system concept.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179563
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/599548
ISSN: 0163-6804
volume: 54
issue: 12
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: The METIS 5G System Concept: Meeting the 5G Requirements
Authors: Hugo Tullberg;Petar Popovski;Zexian Li;Mikko A. Uusitalo;Andreas Hoglund;Omer Bulakci;Mikael Fallgren;Jose F. Monserrat
subject: METIS 5G system concept|system-level evaluation|lean system control plane|wireless communication system|ultra-reliable MTC|traffic flow|spectrum toolbox|extreme mobile broadband|dynamic radio access network|massive machine-type communication
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The development of every new generation of wireless communication systems starts with bold, high-level requirements and predictions of its capabilities. The 5G system will not only have to surpass previous generations with respect to rate and capacity, but also address new usage scenarios with very diverse requirements, including various kinds of machine-type communication. Following this, the METIS project has developed a 5G system concept consisting of three generic 5G services: extreme mobile broadband, massive machine-type communication, and ultra-reliable MTC, supported by four main enablers: a lean system control plane, a dynamic radio access network, localized contents and traffic flows, and a spectrum toolbox. This article describes the most important system-level 5G features, enabled by the concept, necessary to meet the very diverse 5G requirements. System-level evaluation results of the METIS 5G system concept are presented, and we conclude that the 5G requirements can be met with the proposed system concept.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179563
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/599548
ISSN: 0163-6804
volume: 54
issue: 12
Appears in Collections:2016

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