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The upcoming 5G technologies promise to enable ultra low latency services such as remote robotics, augmented reality or vehicle to vehicle communications. Fog and MEC computing can enable low latency services for many different scenarios by moving the cloud and some network functions closer to the user. In the case of mobile networks this improvement is(More)
Communications for emergency services have traditionally been provided by dedicated radio technologies, like the TETRA system. However the need for more efficient mobile communications is gaining popularity in these scenarios due to extreme requirements by means of availability, price and spectrum usage. This trend will be further accentuated in the coming(More)
Mission critical communications have been traditionally provided with proprietary communication systems (like Tetra), offering a limited set of capabilities, and mainly targeting voice services. Nevertheless, the current explosion of mobile communications and the need for increased performance and availability especially in mission critical scenarios,(More)
In this paper we address the support of wearable mHealth applications in LTE and future 5G networks following a holistic approach that spans across the elements of a mobile network. The communication requirements change from one application to another so we propose a measurement methodology to facilitate the selection of the user equipment to fulfil these(More)
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