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EU FP7 INFSO-ICT-317669 METIS, D2.2 Novel radio link concepts and state of the art analysis

Petar Popovski ; Cedomir Stefanovic ; Hiroyuki Yomo ; Nuno Pratas ; Frank Schaich ; André Santos ; Volker Braun ; David Gozalvez- Serrano ; Erik G. Ström (Institutionen för signaler och system, Kommunikationssystem) ; Tommy Svensson (Institutionen för signaler och system, Kommunikationssystem) ; Sun Wanlu (Institutionen för signaler och system, Kommunikationssystem) ; Mikael Sternad ; Petra Weitkemper ; Anass Benjebbour ; Yuuya Saito ; Yoshihisa Kishiyama ; Marwa El Hefnawy ; Ning He ; Hao Lin ; Isabelle Siaud ; Pierre Siohan ; Malte Schellmann ; Zhao Zhao ; Martin Schubert ; Eeva Lähetkangas ; Jaakko Vihriälä ; Kari Pajukoski ; Gerd Ascheid ; Stefan Heinen ; Arun Ashok ; Aamir Ishaque ; Volker Luecken ; Armin Dekorsy ; Carsten Bockelmann ; Fabian Quint ; Raja Sattiraju ; Nandana Rajatheva ; Pekka Pirinen ; M. Fatih Bayramoglu ; Amer Baghdadi ; Frederic Guilloud
2013. - 69 s.

This document provides a detailed overview of the Radio Link concepts being developed in METIS as well as a detailed analysis of the related state of the art. For each of the research topics identified for the radio link research covering flexible air interface, new waveforms, modulation and coding techniques as well as multiple access, medium access control and enablers for radio resource management, a detailed description of the aspects to be investigated will be given, going beyond the limits imposed by the systems operated today and their planned evolutions. The state of the art analysis, which is conducted for each of the research topics separately, covers current standards, their future evolutions as well as latest academic research. Elaborating on how the approaches followed in the radio link research may advance this state of the art carves a promising track towards innovative solutions addressing the challenges of future wireless communication.

Nyckelord: air interface, availability, dense deployment, coding, cost, coverage, energy efficiency, fading, faster than Nyquist, filter-bank multicarrier, flexibility, full-duplex, latency, link adaptation, machine-to-machine, medium access control, mobility, modulation, multiple access, non- orthogonal multiple access, orthogonal frequency division multiple access, overhead, power- domain multiplexing, radio resource management, reliability, research topic, signaling, spectrum efficiency, waveform

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