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An Overview of Low latency for Wireless Communications: an Evolutionary Perspective

  title={An Overview of Low latency for Wireless Communications: an Evolutionary Perspective},
  author={Xin Fan and Yan Huo},
Ultra-low latency supported by the fifth generation (5G) give impetus to the prosperity of many wireless network applications, such as autonomous driving, robotics, telepresence, virtual reality and so on. Ultra-low latency is not achieved in a moment, but requires long-term evolution of network structure and key enabling communication technologies. In this paper, we provide an evolutionary overview of low latency in mobile communication systems, including two different evolutionary… 
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