5G Enabling Technologies and Wireless Networking

Edited by
February 2023
150 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6806-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6807-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue 5G Enabling Technologies and Wireless Networking that was published in

Computer Science & Mathematics

The ongoing deployment of 5G networks is a key enabler for realizing upcoming services at scale, including the massive deployment of the Internet of Things, providing communications to support autonomous vehicles, and supporting the realization of smart cities. However, as the limitations of existing approaches become apparent, the need for next-generation technologies is growing, in terms of improving spectral efficiency, increasing network data rates and densification, supporting local/wide area wireless coordination, and more. In this Special Issue, we present some technologies to meet these demanding requirements and facilitate coordinating wireless networks to support future Beyond 5G networks.

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5G fiber optic networks; data-driven service assurance; next generation networks; predictive analytics; live-video delivery; 5G networks; virtualized content delivery networks; network function virtualization; service function chain deployment; deep reinforcement learning; MAC classification; vehicular networks; VANETs; distributed MAC; centralized MAC; multi-channel MAC; single-channel MAC; spectrum allocation; private 5G; mmWave RAN; modulation and coding schemes; spectral efficiency; self-organization; self-optimization; self-healing; SON applications and architecture; SON design and dimensioning; machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) for SON; massive Machine-Type Communication (mMTC); IoT; URLLC; backhauling; SON for 3G/4G; 5G and B5G networks; n/a