Gunnar Mildh

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Network slicing addresses the deployment of multiple logical networks as independent business operations on a common physical infrastructure. The concept has initially been proposed for the 5<sup>th</sup> Generation (5G) core network (CN) however, it has not been investigated yet what network slicing would represent to the design of the 5G radio access(More)
With the trends towards Internet of Things (IoT) and massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTC) it is expected that the 5 Generation of mobile communications (5G) will have a significant amount of battery powered devices (e.g. sensors, baggage tags, etc.). Therefore, battery efficiency and duration will be essential, especially for those devices in remote(More)
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