5G Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology

Reusing.info – 5G Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology. Written by leading experts in 5G research, this book is a comprehensive overview of the current state of the 5G landscape.

Covering everything from the most likely use cases, to a wide range of technology options and potential 5G system architectures, to spectrum issues, it is an essential reference for academics and professionals involved in wireless and mobile communications.

  • Describes and explains key technology options, including 5G air interfaces, deviceto-device communication, mm-wave communications, massive MIMO, coordinated multi-point, wireless network coding, interference and mobility management, and spectrum issues.
  • Summarizes the findings of key global 5G research collaborations such as METIS and outlines key scenarios, network requirements, and system architectures.
  • Demystifies the relation between IoT, machine-type communications, and cyber physical systems, and describes the impact of 5G on sectors such as automotive, building, and energy.
  • Equips readers with a solid insight into the impact and opportunities of 5G.

Afif Osseiran is Director of Radio Communications at the Ericsson Chief Technology Officer (CTO) department. He previously managed the EU 5G flagship project, METIS, and was Technical Manager of the Eureka Celtic project WINNER+. He has co-edited two books on IMT-Advanced (aka 4G) and is a senior member of the IEEE.

Jose F. Monserrat is an associate professor in the Communications Department of the Universitat Politècnica de València. He is senior member of IEEE and has been involved in several European projects, including NEWCOM, PROSIMOS, WINNER+, METIS and METIS-II.

Patrick Marsch is a manager at Nokia Bell Labs, where he leads a wireless system research department and is the Technical Manager of the 5G-PPP project METIS-II. He was the Technical Project Coordinator of the project EASY-C, where the world’s largest research test beds for LTE-Advanced were established. He is co-editor of Coordinated Multi-Point in Mobile Communications (Cambridge, 2011).