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Fronthaul Design In Cloud Radio Access Networks: A Survey

Fronthaul Design in Cloud Radio Access Networks: A Survey MathJax.Hub.Config({tex2jax: {inlineMath: [['$','$'], ['\\(','\\)']]}}); Abstract Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RAN) was proposed as a solution to overcome the challenges faced by the current Radio Access Networks (RAN). C-RAN was introduced as a change in the architecture of the Base station (BS). Fronthaul is a

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A Review of B4G/5G Enhancements for Mobility, Latency and NB-IoT

Author ALOKNATH DE Samsung R&D Institute India, Bengaluru 1 Introduction The vision of 5G is to connect multiple devices and provide meaningful services under a common rooftop, enabling the world populace to communicate to each other. It is estimated that industrial Internet of Things (IoT) alone will comprise of more than 25 billion devices by 2025 [1-2].

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Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access

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A Review on 3GPP 5G Security Aspects

Authors Rajavelsamy R. Samsung R&D Institute India — Bangalore (SRI-B) Debabrata Das International Institute of Information Technology — Bangalore (IIITB) Abstract 5G promises to support new level of use cases that will deliver a better user experience. The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) [1] defined 5G system introduced fundamental changes on top of its

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An overview of the 5G mobile network architecture

Authors   Phanindra Palagummi Vedant SomaniKrishna M. Sivalingam Dept. of CSE, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, INDIA Balaji Venkat Independent Consultant, Chennai, INDIA Abstract—Networking connectivity is increasingly based on wireless network technologies, especially in developing nations where the wired network infrastructure is not accessible to a large segment of the population. Wireless data network

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