The challenges of M 2 M massive access in wireless cellular networks

  title={The challenges of M 2 M massive access in wireless cellular networks},
  author={Andrea Biral and Marco Centenaro and Andrea Zanella and Lorenzo Vangelista and Michele Zorzi},
The next generation of communication systems, which is commonly referred to as 5G, is expected to support, besides the traditional voice and data services, new communication paradigms, such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services, which involve communication between Machine-Type Devices (MTDs) in a fully automated fashion, thus, without or with minimal human intervention. Although the general requirements of 5G systems are progressively taking shape, the technological… CONTINUE READING
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