Workshop on 5G & Beyond - Enabling Technologies and Applications

Monday, 8 June 2015 • 09:00 – 18:00

WS-23: 5G & Beyond: Enabling Technologies and Applications

Organizer: Mischa Dohler (King’s College London, UK)

To provide a solution towards meeting new and evermore stringent end-user requirements, mobile stakeholders are already preparing the technology roadmap for next generation 5G networks. From the network perspective, 5G should address various spectrum, capacity, management complexity and cost issues. From a user perspective, 5G should significantly transform wireless service experience by enabling a uniform service experience anytime anywhere, and by providing a high level of service quality. Furthermore, from service perspective, 5G should enable delivering new services in a faster time-frame, and through more programmable interfaces. To this end, this workshop cordially invites researchers to share latest research insights and present key and emerging results on the new mobile communications technology enablers, including novel networking protocols, wireless techniques, new hardware designs, and tactile Internet applications. Keynote talks, panel sessions, technical paper and poster presentations describing and challenging recent research results and influencing the direction of future R&D work are presented on the day.

Welcome Session

Keynote-1: What if? Some Disruptive Design Approaches for Cellular

We will outline and summarize some of the more disruptive ideas around 5G designs which surfaced in recent months. Notably, we will discuss possible fundamental changes related to technology, standards and business models. We will discuss the impact of these developments onto the current research and innovation ecosystem.

Keynote-2: 5G Connectivity, IoT and Big Data - What it means to Rolls-Royce and Industry Verticals

This keynote exposes the requirements and drivers for an all-connected vertical industry like the one represented by Rolls-Royce. The real-time and big data capabilities of the industrial Internet of Things will be discussed and some surprising findings exposed which may impact 5G research and innovation.

Keynote-3: 5G Controversies

Is 5G an evolution, a revolution? Should we follow the traditional path of cellular designs, or are fundamental changes really required? This keynote summarizes the findings of the previous keynote speakers, and adds the experience and insights from a wider cellular community, including the GSMA.

Panel-1: Government, Governance & Business Panel

This panel will examine the 5G design from a government and business perspective. Notably, we will examine if there is a strong business case or a strong societal utility which requires 5G innovation to be accelerated.

5G Enabling Technologies Posters

Fractional Pilot Reuse in Massive MIMO Systems
Italo Atzeni (Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab, France Research Center, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., France); Jesús Arnau (Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. & Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab, France Research Center, France); Mérouane Debbah (Supelec, France)
pp. 1030-1035
Multipacket Reception Performance in the Presence of In-Band Full Duplex Communication
Tiago Bento (FCT - Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal); Luis Bernardo (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal); Rui Dinis (Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, University Nova de Lisboa, Portugal); Rodolfo Oliveira (Nova University of Lisbon, Portugal); Paulo F Pinto and Pedro Amaral (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)
pp. 1036-1041
Wideband Communication with High-Dimensional Arrays: New Results and Transceiver Architectures
John Brady and Akbar Sayeed (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
pp. 1042-1047
Single carrier filtering system architecture for flexible frequency domain multiplexing uplink
Ying Chen and Linda M. Davis (University of South Australia, Australia)
pp. 1048-1053
Differentially Encoded Blind Multicell Multiuser Massive MIMO
Mahdi Fozi (Sharif University of Technology & Tarbiat Modares University, Iran); Babak Hossein Khalaj (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Marius Pesavento (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)
pp. 1054-1059
Channel Estimation via Oblique Matching Pursuit for FDD Massive MIMO Downlink
Minhyun Kim, Junho Lee, Gye-Tae Gil and Yong H. Lee (KAIST, Korea)
pp. 1060-1064
Digitally Assisted Analog Beamforming for Millimeter-Wave Communication
Andre Kokkeler and Gerard Smit (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
pp. 1065-1070
Electrical Balance Isolation for Flexible Duplexing in 5G Mobile Devices
Leo Laughlin, Mark Beach and Kevin A Morris (University of Bristol, United Kingdom); John Haine (U-blox, United Kingdom)
pp. 1071-1076
Filter Bank OFDM: A New Way of Looking at FBMC
Hao Lin (France Telecom, France)
pp. 1077-1082
Resource Allocation for Co-Primary Spectrum Sharing in MIMO Networks
Tachporn Sanguanpuak (University of Oulu & Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Finland); Sudarshan Guruacharya (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Nandana Rajatheva (University of Oulu, Finland); Matti Latva-aho (UoOulu, Finland)
pp. 1083-1088
TCGTR-based Channel Estimation for Cooperative Multi-cell Large Scale Antenna Systems
Tianhang Yu, Minjian Zhao, Yunlong Cai and Jie Zhong (Zhejiang University, P.R. China)
pp. 1089-1094
Adaptive Searching and Tracking Algorithm for AoA Estimation in Localized Hybrid Array
Jian A. Zhang (CSIRO, Australia); Xiaojing Huang and Y. Jay Guo (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)
pp. 1095-1100
Rainfall Effect on the Performance of Millimeter-wave Point-to-Point Link
Yong-Ping Zhang (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, P.R. China); Peng Wang (The University of Sydney, Australia); Shulan Feng (Huawei Technologies, P.R. China); Philipp Zhang (Hisilicon Technologies, Huawei, P.R. China)
pp. 1101-1106

5G Architecture & Business Posters

Bandwidth Compressed Carrier Aggregation
Tongyang Xu and Izzat Darwazeh (University College London, United Kingdom)
pp. 1107-1112
Radio Access Sharing Strategies for Multiple Operators in Cellular Networks
Andrijana Popovska Avramova (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
pp. 1113-1118
How to Calibrate Massive MIMO?
Xiliang Luo (ShanghaiTech University, P.R. China); Xin Wang (Fudan University, P.R. China)
pp. 1119-1124
Cooperative Content Distribution for 5G Systems Based on Distributed Cloud Service Network
Lirong Jiang, Gang Feng and Shuang Qin (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China)
pp. 1125-1130
Uplink Achievable Rate of Full-Duplex Multi-Cell Massive MIMO Systems
Yan Huang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, P.R. China); Shaodan Ma (University of Macau, P.R. China); Ying Wang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, P.R. China)
pp. 1131-1136
Interference in LoS Massive MIMO is Well Approximated by a Beta-Mixture
Yeqing Hu, Yi Hong and Jamie Evans (Monash University, Australia)
pp. 1137-1142
Uplink Sum-Throughput Evaluation of Sectorized Multi-cell Massive MIMO System
Jiahui Li, Qiang He, Limin Xiao, Xibin Xu and Shidong Zhou (Tsinghua University, P.R. China)
pp. 1143-1148
Modelling Machine Type Communication in IEEE 802.11ah networks
Evgeny Khorov (IITP RAS, Russia); Aleksandr Krotov (The Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russia); Andrey Lyakhov (IITP RAS, Russia)
pp. 1149-1154
Millimeter Wave Beamforming Based on WiFi Fingerprinting in Indoor Environment
Ehab Mahmoud Mohamed (Osaka University, Japan); Kei Sakaguchi (Osaka University & Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Seiichi Sampei (Osaka University, Japan)
pp. 1155-1160
Performance and Design of SIC Receiver for Downlink NOMA With Open-Loop SU-MIMO
Keisuke Saito, Anass Benjebbour, Yoshihisa Kishiyama, Yukihiko Okumura and Takehiro Nakamura (NTT DOCOMO, INC., Japan)
pp. 1161-1165
On Rate Region Analysis Of Full-Duplex Cellular System With Inter-User Interference Cancellation
Wenping Bi, Xin Su and Limin Xiao (Tsinghua University, P.R. China); Shidong Zhou (Tsinghua University, Canada)
pp. 1166-1171
Large-Scale Analysis of Linear Massive MIMO Precoders in the Presence of Phase Noise
Rajet Krishnan and M. Reza Khanzadi (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Narayanan Krishnan (WINLAB, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA); Yongpeng Wu (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Alexandre i Amat (Chalmers University of Technology, Mexico); Thomas Eriksson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Robert Schober (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
pp. 1172-1177

5G Design I

Area Energy and Area Spectrum Efficiency Tradeoff in 5G Heterogeneous Networks
Haris Pervaiz, Leila Musavian and Qiang Ni (Lancaster University, United Kingdom)
pp. 1178-1183
Radio Access for Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency 5G Communications
Niklas A Johansson (Ericsson, USA); Y.-P. Eric Wang (Ericsson Research, USA); Erik Eriksson and Martin Hessler (Ericsson AB, Sweden)
pp. 1184-1189
Analysis of Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency 5G Communication for a Factory Automation Use Case
Osman N. C. Yilmaz (Ericsson Research, Finland); Y.-P. Eric Wang (Ericsson Research, USA); Niklas A Johansson (Ericsson, USA); Nadia Brahmi (ERICSSON, Germany); Shehzad Ali Ashraf (Ericsson Research, Germany); Joachim Sachs (Ericsson Research & Ericsson AB, Sweden)
pp. 1190-1195
Full-Duplex Opportunistic Relay Selection in Future Spectrum-Sharing Networks
Mohammad Galal Khafagy and Mohamed-Slim Alouini (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia); Sonia Aïssa (INRS, University of Quebec, Canada)
pp. 1196-1200
On Feasibility of Coding-based 3GPP LTE Coverage Enhancements for MTC
Anastasiia Voropaeva, Alexander Pyattaev, Mikhail Gerasimenko, Sergey Andreev and Yevgeni Koucheryavy (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
pp. 1201-1206
On Prospects of Positioning in 5G
Armin Dammann, Ronald Raulefs and Siwei Zhang (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany)
pp. 1207-1213

5G Millimeter-Wave

Millimeter Wave Channel Model and System Design Considerations
Qian (Clara) Li and Hooman Shirani-Mehr (Intel Corporation, USA); Tommaso Balercia (Technische Universitaet Braunschweig & Intel Mobile Communications GmbH, Germany); Huaning Niu (Intel, USA); Apostolos Papathanassiou (Intel Corporation & Intel Architecture Group, USA); Geng Wu (Intel Corporation, USA)
pp. 1214-1219
3-Dimensional Large-Scale Channel Model for Urban Environments in mmWave Frequency
Sangkyu Baek (Samsung Electronics, Korea); Youngbin Chang (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, Korea); Sooyoung Hur (Samsung Electronics & HQ Korea, Korea); June Hwang and Byungchul Kim (Samsung Electronics, Korea)
pp. 1220-1225
Effective RF Codebook Design and Channel Estimation for Millimeter Wave Communication Systems
Sohail Payami, Mehrdad Shariat, Mir Ghoraishi and Mehrdad Dianati (University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
pp. 1226-1231
Achievable Rates of Multi-User Millimeter Wave Systems with Hybrid Precoding
Ahmed Alkhateeb and Robert Heath (The University of Texas at Austin, USA); Geert Leus (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
pp. 1232-1237
73 GHz Wideband Millimeter-Wave Foliage and Ground Reflection Measurements and Models
Theodore Rappaport (New York University & NYU WIRELESS, USA); Sijia Deng (New York University, USA)
pp. 1238-1243
28 GHz and 73 GHz Millimeter-Wave Indoor Propagation Measurements and Path Loss Models
Sijia Deng (New York University, USA); Mathew Samimi (NYU WIRELESS, USA); Theodore Rappaport (New York University & NYU WIRELESS, USA)
pp. 1244-1250

5G Design II

Taming the Complexity of mm-Wave Massive MIMO Systems: Efficient Channel Estimation and Beamforming
Stefano Montagner and Nevio Benvenuto (University of Padova, Italy); Stefano Tomasin (Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab France Research Center & Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., France)
pp. 1251-1256
When Pilots Should Not Be Reused Across Interfering Cells in Massive MIMO
Ji Yong Sohn and Sung Whan Yoon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea); Jaekyun Moon (KAIST, Korea)
pp. 1257-1263
Location-Based Channel Estimation and Pilot Assignment for Massive MIMO Systems
Zhaocheng Wang, Chen Qian and Linglong Dai (Tsinghua University, P.R. China); Jinhui Chen (Sony China Research Lab, P.R. China); Chen Sun (SONY, P.R. China); Sheng Chen (University of Southampton, United Kingdom)
pp. 1264-1268
Flexible Fast-Convolution Implementation of Single-Carrier Waveform Processing for 5G
Juha Yli-Kaakinen and Markku K. Renfors (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
pp. 1269-1274
Uplink Rate Distribution in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks with Power Control and Load Balancing
Sarabjot Singh (Intel Labs, USA); Xinchen Zhang (The University of Texas at Austin & Qualcomm Inc., USA); Jeffrey Andrews (The University of Texas at Austin, USA)
pp. 1275-1280
Exploiting the Elevation Dimension of MIMO System For Boosting Handset Capacity
Reham Almesaeed (University Of Bristol, United Kingdom); Araz Sabir Ameen (University of Bristol & University of Sulaimani, United Kingdom); Angela Doufexi and Andrew Nix (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
pp. 1281-1285

5G Massive MIMO

Coordinated Optimization of EVD-Based Channel Estimators in Multi-Cell Massive MIMO Networks
Umut Ugurlu (Aalto University, Finland); Risto Wichman (Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland); Cassio Barboza Ribeiro (Nokia Research Center, Finland); Carl Wijting (Nokia & Nokia Research Center, Finland)
pp. 1286-1291
Frequency Spreading Equalization in Multicarrier Massive MIMO
Amir Aminjavaheri (University of Utah, USA); Arman Farhang and Nicola Marchetti (CTVR Trinity College, Ireland); Linda Doyle (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland); Behrouz Farhang-Boroujeny (University of Utah, USA)
pp. 1292-1297
Deployment Issues for Massive MIMO Systems
Callum Neil (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand); Mansoor Shafi (Spark New Zealand Ltd & Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand); Peter J Smith and Pawel A. Dmochowski (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
pp. 1298-1303
One-Bit Massive MIMO: Channel Estimation and High-Order Modulations
Sven Jacobsson (Ericsson Research & Chamers University of Technology, Sweden); Giuseppe Durisi (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Mikael Coldrey (Ericsson Research & Ericsson AB, Sweden); Ulf Gustavsson (Ericsson AB, Sweden); Christoph Studer (Cornell University, USA)
pp. 1304-1309
A Scalable Massive MIMO Array Architecture Based on Common Modules
Antonio Puglielli, Nathan Narevsky, Pengpeng Lu and Thomas Courtade (University of California, Berkeley, USA); Gregory Wright (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, USA); Borivoje Nikolić and Elad Alon (UC Berkeley, USA)
pp. 1310-1315
Low Complexity Detection for Massive MIMO under Multipath Fading with Limited Storage Resources
Ting Li, Sujeet Patole and Murat Torlak (The University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
pp. 1316-1321