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Five disruptive technology directions for 5G
Five technologies that could lead to both architectural and component disruptive design changes: device-centric architectures, millimeter wave, massive MIMO, smarter devices, and native support for machine-to-machine communications are described.
Optimized constellations for two-way wireless relaying with physical network coding
The proposed modulation scheme can significantly improve end-to-end throughput for two-way relaying systems and is applicable to a relaying system using higher-level modulations of 16QAM in the MA stage.
Toward Massive, Ultrareliable, and Low-Latency Wireless Communication With Short Packets
Recent advances in information theory are reviewed, which provide the theoretical principles that govern the transmission of short packets and these principles are applied to three exemplary scenarios, thereby illustrating how the Transmission of control information can be optimized when the packets are short.
Physical Network Coding in Two-Way Wireless Relay Channels
  • P. Popovski, H. Yomo
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
    IEEE International Conference on Communications
  • 24 June 2007
The most interesting result of the paper is that, for some SNR configurations of the source - relay links, JDF yields identical maximal two-way rate as the upper bound on the rate for DNF.
Massive machine-type communications in 5g: physical and MAC-layer solutions
The PHY and MAC layer solutions developed within METIS to address the main challenge in mMTC is scalable and efficient connectivity for a massive number of devices sending very short packets.
Buffer-Aided Relaying with Adaptive Link Selection
Analytical and numerical results show that buffer-aided relaying with adaptive link selection achieves significant throughput gains compared to conventional relaying protocols with and without buffers where the relay employs a fixed schedule for reception and transmission.
Ultra-reliable communication in 5G wireless systems
  • P. Popovski
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
    1st International Conference on 5G for Ubiquitous…
  • 16 October 2014
This paper puts forward a systematic view on URC in 5G wireless systems by analyzing the fundamental mechanisms that constitute a wireless connection and concludes that one of the key steps towards enabling URC is revision of the methods for encoding control information and data.
Wireless Access for Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication: Principles and Building Blocks
The principles for supporting URLLC are discussed from the perspective of the traditional assumptions and models applied in communication/information theory, and how these principles are applied in various elements of system design, such as use of various diversity sources, design of packets, and access protocols.
Millimeter Wave Cellular Networks: A MAC Layer Perspective
This paper provides an integrated view on MAC layer issues for cellular networks, identifies new challenges and tradeoffs, and provides novel insights and solution approaches.
Analysis of the Decoupled Access for Downlink and Uplink in Wireless Heterogeneous Networks
This work derives the association probability for decoupled DL/UL access using the framework of stochastic geometry and analyzes the impact that this type of association has on the average throughput in the system.