Towards Green and Soft : 5 G Design Considerations

  title={Towards Green and Soft : 5 G Design Considerations},
  author={Chih-Lin and Shuangfeng Han and Zhikun Xu and Zhengang Pan},
AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY VOLUME 2 NUMBER 3, OCTOBER 2014 ISSN 2203-1693. Copyright © 2014 The Author(s). 48.1 Abstract—As the commercial deployment of 4G systems is picking up, technologists worldwide are beginning to search for next-generation wireless solutions to meet the anticipated demands in the 2020 era given the explosive growth of mobile Internet and the Internet of Things (IoT). This article presents our… 
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