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EU FP7 INFSO-ICT-317669 METIS, D2.4 Proposed solutions for new radio access

Petar Popovski ; Cedomir Stefanovic ; Hiroyuki Yomo ; Nuno Pratas ; Frank Schaich ; Volker Braun ; Mattia Bonomo ; 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) ; Mikhail Ivanov (Institutionen för signaler och system, Kommunikationssystem) ; Mikael Sternad ; Petra Weitkemper ; Anass Benjebbour ; Yuuya Saito ; Yoshihisa Kishiyama ; Marwa El Hefnawy ; Ning He ; Jonas Kronander ; 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 ; Armin Dekorsy ; Carsten Bockelmann ; Matthias Woltering ; Raja Sattiraju ; Lianghai Ji ; Nandana Rajatheva ; Pekka Pirinen ; M. Fatih Bayramoglu ; Amer Baghdadi ; Frederic Guilloud ; Charbel Abdel Nour
2015. - 190 s.
[Rapport]

This deliverable represents the final report on the METIS radio link research. It provides a comprehensive and self-contained summary of all investigated technology components (TeCs), including evaluation results and conclusions on their potential for 5G. The METIS radio link research covers three main areas, which are considered key aspects for developing a self-contained air interface design for 5G: 1) Flexible air interface, 2) Waveforms, coding & modulation and transceiver design and 3) Multiple access, Medium Access Control (MAC) and Radio Resource Management (RRM). TeCs with similar research context and objectives have been grouped into clusters, whereof five have been selected as the most promising for 5G systems: From research area 1, TeC clusters providing key enablers for an air interface for ultra-dense networks (UDN) and for moving networks; from research area 2, multi-carrier transmission schemes with filtering; and from research area 3, novel access schemes for massive machine access as well as for non-orthogonal access.

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, nonorthogonal multiple access, orthogonal frequency division multiple access, overhead, powerdomain multiplexing, radio resource management, reliability, research topic, signalling, spectrum efficiency, waveform



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