Fundamentals of 5G Mobile Networks

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 22, 2015 - Technology & Engineering - 334 pages
Fundamentals of 5G Mobile Networks provides an overview of the key features of the 5th Generation (5G) mobile networks, discussing the motivation for 5G and the main challenges in developing this new technology. This book provides an insight into the key areas of research that will define this new system technology paving the path towards future research and development. The book is multi-disciplinary in nature, and aims to cover a whole host of intertwined subjects that will predominantly influence the 5G landscape, including the future Internet, cloud computing, small cells and self-organizing networks (SONs), cooperative communications, dynamic spectrum management and cognitive radio, Broadcast-Broadband convergence , 5G security challenge, and green RF. This book aims to be the first of its kind towards painting a holistic perspective on 5G Mobile, allowing 5G stakeholders to capture key technology trends on different layering domains and to identify potential inter-disciplinary design aspects that need to be solved in order to deliver a 5G Mobile system that operates seamlessly.
 

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Contents

The Pervasive Connected World
1
The 5G Internet 29
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References
58
Developing MillimetreWave RATs
105
Technology and Services for Future Communication
125
Cognitive Radio for 5G Wireless Networks
149
White Spaces for 5G?
165
Towards a Unified 5G BroadcastBroadband Architecture
191
SON Evolution for 5G Mobile Networks
221
References
240
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241
5G Application
254
References
270
Conclusion and Future Outlook
273
Index
285
Copyright

References
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Edited by Jonathan Rodriguez
Senior Research Fellow, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Aveiro, Portugal

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