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HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 1
D. Soldani
Venice, Italy
15th June, 2016
5G communications:
development and prospects...
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 2
D. Soldani
2010
“Client Server”
 Bit pipe and Free Communication Services
2020
“Mult...
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 3
D. Soldani
5G International Cooperation: status of MoU and JD
• China
– MoU signed wi...
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 4
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2016 China: 1st Global 5G Event on “Bringing 5G into Reality”
Global unifi...
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 5
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5G Public Private Partnership (PPP): €700 mn  €1.4+ bn
ETP governance mo...
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Source: EURO-5G
5G-Norma
5G NOvel Radio Multiservice adaptive
network Arch...
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H2020 2016-17: ICT 07, 08 (5GPPP) Call 2 DL 08th Nov 2016
Phase II: Pre-st...
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Prototype and product development
Trials
WRC preparatory process
Results f...
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Beyond 5G-PPP: European Commission “Action Plan”
 Actionable recommendati...
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Usage scenarios of IMT for 2020 and beyond (5G)
Source: ITU R. M. [ IMT.V...
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Enhancement of key capabilities from 3GPP LTE to 5G
[ITU-R]
Enhanced Mobi...
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Summary of the key resolutions at WRC15 pertinent to 5G
WRC15 WRC19
10 50...
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WRC-15 Updates
Frequencies
(MHz)
Region 1 Region 2 Region 3
EU Africa Arab C.I.S N.A...
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Tera-Cell
50Gb/s Macro
100Gb/s Micro
80Gb/s
E-Band link
100T OXC
“Edge”
1...
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Network, air interface and spectrum usage evolution from 4G to 4.5G and 5...
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5G plastic architecture and example application to static machines type o...
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End to End Slicing for 5G Communication Systems
Computing nodes (dc, PoP)...
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Mobility ManagementApplication (MMA) for SDN
Switch 3
(Access point)
Swit...
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High band non-standalone assisted by low band
5G
Macro Cell
UP: User Plane
CP: Contr...
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Multiple access techniques
Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA): time an...
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Advanced waveforms
 Per-subcarrier pulse shaping: using prototype filter...
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Filtered-OFDM (F-OFDM)
Pros
 Multi-service with different time and frequ...
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Pulse shaped OFDM (P-OFDM)
Pros
 Excellent OOB interference control and
...
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V2X P-OFDM Based Low Latency Real-Time (Demonstration)
UE2BBU
UE2RFUE1RF
...
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New air interface
SCMA
P-OFDM/F-OFDM
Polar Code
Full Duplex Massive MIMO
...
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 26 M-MIMOF-OFDM SCMA Polar Code
+ + +
Huawei 5G Low Band Test Bed
World’s Highest Throu...
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Huawei 5G High Band Test Bed
World’s Highest Throughput @ E-Band
9.6GHz B...
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5G timeline
3GPP timeline:
• Phase 1 by Sep 2018/Rel-15
for more urgent c...
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Conclusions
5G tests and trials with Verticals essential step
towards eff...
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Thank you
Copyright©2016 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserve...
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References
1) X. An, C. Zhou, R. Trivisonno, R. Guerzoni, A. Kaloxylos, D...
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  1. 1. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 1 D. Soldani Venice, Italy 15th June, 2016 5G communications: development and prospects Dr David Soldani VP Strategic Research and Innovation, Huawei Visiting Professor, University of Surrey, UK Industry Professor, University Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia https://de.linkedin.com/pub/dr-david-soldani/a/6a0/336
  2. 2. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 2 D. Soldani 2010 “Client Server”  Bit pipe and Free Communication Services 2020 “Multi-Tenant”  Nervous system of the Digital Society and Economy Vision “The advanced 5G infrastructure is expected to become the nervous system of the Digital Society and Digital Economy” Günther Oettinger, European Commission, MWC 2016 “The smart phone is the extension of what we do and what we are, the mobile is the answer to pretty much everything” Eric Smith, Google, MWC 2010 Convergence of: 1. Big data 2. Artificial intelligence 3.Connected networks DL: 1Gb/s UL: 500Mb/s LTE-A target Convergenceof: 1. Cloud computing 2. UE Computing power 3. Connectivity at high speed
  3. 3. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 3 D. Soldani 5G International Cooperation: status of MoU and JD • China – MoU signed with IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group on September 29, 2015 in Beijing • Japan – MoU signed withThe 5G Mobile Communications Promotion Forum on March 25, 2015 at NGMN Industry Conference in Frankfurt,Germany • Korea – MoU signed with 5G Forum on June 17, 2014 after signature of Joint Declaration between EU Commission and Korean government in Seoul, Korea • USA – MoU signed with 4G Americas on March 2, 2015 at MobileWorld Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain • Multilateral MoU on a series of Global 5G Event – Two events per year with rotation between continents: Beijing and Rome in 2016 – MoU signed between IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group, 5GMF, 5G Forum, 5G Americas and 5G InfrastructureAssociation on October 20, 2015 in Lisbon Source: 5G Infrastructure Association
  4. 4. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 4 D. Soldani 2016 China: 1st Global 5G Event on “Bringing 5G into Reality” Global unified 5G standard to be developed by 3GPP Services and scenarios at high frequency for eMBB 37GHz/39GHz/28GHz as 5G candidate bandsCooperation with China & EU for 5G R&D
  5. 5. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 5 D. Soldani 5G Public Private Partnership (PPP): €700 mn  €1.4+ bn ETP governance model 5G Initiative European Commission WG5GVision and Societal Challenges WG5GPre-standards WGSME support WG5GSpectrum Activity Community building and PR (Public Relations) Activity 5GInternational cooperation Activities based on the 5GPPP Contractual Arrangement,KPIs Working Group 1 Working Group 2 Working Group n Communications- networks-oriented ETP 5G PPP projects Association Board GeneralAssembly Association Statutes and Modus Operandi of Association Working Groups launched Association Board GeneralAssembly Association Statutes and Modus Operandi of Association Working Groups launched 5GInfrastructure Association Board Technology Board (Project Technical Managers plus Association representative) Steering Board (Project Coordinators plus Association representative) PartnershipBoard SecretaryGeneral Head ofOffice  5G-PPP Phase III (2018-20 EU Public funds €425mn): Large scale trials in Europe with Verticals  5G-PPP Phase II (2017-18, EU Public funds €148mn): Verticals, Satellites, Optical, SW networks  5G-PPP Phase I (2015-16, EU public funds €125mn): 19 retained Actions Decupling-ongoing EU 5G socio-economic analysis: €56.6 bn 5G investment (EU28 Member States)  Value: €425.5 bn (7.5x), Jobs: 7.184 mn M1000+ (I, SME,R) (M30+) CA (KPIs) 5G Architecture 1. SRIA: Inputs to Work Programme 2. WP: 5G Vision and for Verticals 3. PP: Pre-structuring Models 4. Policies: Positioning papers 5. PR: Communication/Cooperation Source: 5G Infrastructure Association
  6. 6. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 6 D. Soldani Source: EURO-5G 5G-Norma 5G NOvel Radio Multiservice adaptive network Architecture Euro-5G 5G PPP Coordination and Support Action VirtuWind Virtual and programmable industrial network prototype deployed in operational Wind park SONATA Service Programming and Orchestration for Virtualized Software Networks 5GEx 5G Exchange SUPERFLUIDITY Superfluidity: a super- fluid, cloud-native, converged edge system METIS-II Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for Twenty-twenty (2020) Information Society-II COHERENT Coordinated control and spectrum management for 5G heterogeneous radio access networks CogNet Building an Intelligent System of Insights and Action for 5G Network Management CHARISMA Converged Heterogeneous Advanced 5G Cloud- RAN Architecture for Intelligent and Secure Media Access 5G-Xhaul Dynamically Reconfigurable Optical-Wireless Backhaul/Fronthaul with Cognitive Control Plane for Small Cells and Cloud-RANs SELFNET Framework for SELF-organized network management in virtualized and software defined NETworks SPEED-5G quality of Service Provision and capacity Expansion through Extended-DSA for 5G mmMAGIC Millimetre-Wave Based Mobile Radio Access Network for Fifth Generation Integrated Communications Xhaul The 5G Integrated fronthaul/backhaul FANTASTIC-5G Flexible Air iNTerfAce for Scalable service delivery wiThin wIreless Communication networks of the 5th Generation Flex5Gware Flexible and efficient hardware/software platforms for 5G network elements and devices 5G Ensure Security SESAME Small cEllS coordinAtion for Multi-tenancy and Edge services Research projects Innovation projects H2020 2014-15: 5G Initiative (Actions) from Call 1 – July 01st 2015 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association
  7. 7. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 7 D. Soldani H2020 2016-17: ICT 07, 08 (5GPPP) Call 2 DL 08th Nov 2016 Phase II: Pre-structuring model www.5g-ppp.eu TA2 5G Low Band AI TA3 5G mmWave AI TA5 Novel Radio System Architecture TA1 5G Wireless System Design TA15 (ICT 7) Open “Blue” TA TA16 (ICT 7) CSA TA21 (ICT 8) Open “Blue” TA TA20 (ICT 8) Open “Blue” TA TA22 Access Convergence 1 TA23 Access Convergence 2 TA24 EUJ-01 1 TA26 EUK-01 Application Layers Physical Layer Note: The size and the orientation of the TAs boxes do not indicate the potential size or manpower of future Projects TA7 5GforFutureMTCSolutions TA6 SeamlessIntegr.of SatelliteandAirPlatforms TA17 Ubiq.5GAccess TA9 CostEfficient OpticalMetro TA10 HighCapacity OpticalCore TA4 Subsyst.for 5GPlatforms TA8 CognitiveNetworkMngt TA18 NetApps Development and Verification Platform TA19 E2E NFV and SDN Holistic Operational Model TA13 Security, Privacy, Resilience, and High Availability TA12 Foundations for SW Networks TA14 Multi-Tenant / Domain Plug & Play Control Plane TA11 Converged 5G FlexHaul Network TA25 EUJ-01 2 ICT 7 RIA ICT 8 RIA EUJ and EUK RIA ICT 8 IA ICT-07-2017 – 5G PPP Research and Validation of critical technologies and systems - €100mn RIA (+ €3mn CSA) Strand 1: Wireless access and radio network architecture/technologies Strand 2: High capacity elastic - optical networks Strand 3: "Software Network“ Strand 1: Ubiquitous 5G access leveraging optical technologies Strand 2: Flexible network applications Cooperation in access convergence ICT-08-2017: 5G PPP Convergent Technologies - €40mn IA + €5mn RIA Source: 5G Infrastructure Association
  8. 8. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 8 D. Soldani Prototype and product development Trials WRC preparatory process Results from FP7 Projects contributed to ITU-R on 5G vision and requirements ITU-R Vision and Recommendation ONF, Open Daylight, OPNFV, Open Stack, … 3GPP Study Items 3GPP Work Items and 3GPP Releases 5G research in FP7 and in the private sector 5G PPP Phase I 5G PPP Phase III5G PPP Phase II 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Release 12 Release 13 Release 14 Release 15 Winter Olympics, Korea Summer Olympics, Japan FIFA World Cup, Russia 2018 Release 16 Contributions to standardisation and regulatory process via member organisations in respective bodies Source: 5G Infrastructure Association 5G-PPP: Exploitation of reseach and innovation results
  9. 9. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 9 D. Soldani Beyond 5G-PPP: European Commission “Action Plan”  Actionable recommendations endorsed by Industry to: Industry itself, the Commission, MS, and possibly financial actors (e.g. EI Bank)  Cooperation with Telco's and vertical industries to identify opportunities and barriers for investment in 5G deployment in Europe and to make (actionable) recommendations  Sept – Oct 2016: Release the "5G Action Plan for Europe" at the same time as the review of the Telecom Regulatory Framework  Working groups − WG1: 5G-enabled ecosystems, use cases and common calendar − WG2: Large scale / pre-commercial trial(s) in Europe − WG3: Regulatory environment and boosting infrastructure investment
  10. 10. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 10 D. Soldani Usage scenarios of IMT for 2020 and beyond (5G) Source: ITU R. M. [ IMT.VISION] eMBB 20/10 Gbps VR: the Next Social Platform —Zuckerberg keynotes in MWC2016 AlphaGo vs. Lee sedol — 4:1 Cloud access anywhere will require 1 ms latency and U-R connectivity AI VR mMTC uRLLC 1ms Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) Ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communications (uRLLC) 5G Usage Scenarios Y2025:100 billions 90B Things 10B People 106 /km2 Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC)
  11. 11. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 11 D. Soldani Enhancement of key capabilities from 3GPP LTE to 5G [ITU-R] Enhanced Mobile Broadband Massive Machine Type Communications Ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communications
  12. 12. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 12 D. Soldani Summary of the key resolutions at WRC15 pertinent to 5G WRC15 WRC19 10 50403020 60 8070 9054 6321 GHz Different channel characteristics to Sub6GHz New bands agreed for discussions in 2019 New or Harmonized bands for IMT Use • 700MHz Band (694-790 MHz) • L-Band (1427-1518 MHz) • C-Band (3.4-3.8 GHz) • 24.25-27.5 GHz • 31.8-33.4 GHz • 37-40.5 GHz • 40.5-43.5 GHz • 45.5-47 GHz • 47-50.2 GHz • 50.4-52.6 GHz • 66-76 GHz • 81-86 GHz Cellular Bands Sub6GHz 5 MHz 20MHz 100MHz (Proposal) 1GHz (Proposal) UMTS 5G: > 6GHz 5G: < 6GHzLTE 3-4GHz
  13. 13. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 13 WRC-15 Updates Frequencies (MHz) Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 EU Africa Arab C.I.S N.A L.A Asia 470-698 Y Y Y 1427-1452 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 1452-1492 Y Y Y Y Y Y 1492-1518 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 3300-3400 Y Y Y 3400-3600 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 3600-3700 Y Y Y 3700-3800 Y C-band C-band will enable Ultra Wide Carrier Bandwidth for 5G
  14. 14. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 14 D. Soldani Tera-Cell 50Gb/s Macro 100Gb/s Micro 80Gb/s E-Band link 100T OXC “Edge” 10Gb/s link speed 5G multi-tenant network and services vision iCub www.icub.org Sound field Indoor (above 6GHz) 4K stereo video binaural audio 4K/8K video 24 beams audio Microphone arrayCamera array Outdoor (below 6GHz) 2) Rendering and Interacting [DORO:Sant’AnnaUniversity,Italy] 5) Networking 3) Reasoning 2) Rendering and Interacting [ORO:Sant’AnnaUniversity,Italy] 1) Sensing 4) Acting 4) Acting Slice - FULL Immersive Experience - ANYTHING as a Service  Decriptive  Predictive  Presciptive
  15. 15. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 15 D. Soldani Network, air interface and spectrum usage evolution from 4G to 4.5G and 5G Spectrum Air Interface Network Architecture 4G 4.5G 5G 6GHz 100GHz ExistingSpectrum 6GHz ExistingSpectrum 6GHz New Spectrum+ ExistingRefarming LTE LTE 256QAM Massive - MIMO eCA (32) LTE-M NB-IoT LAA eD2D D2X …… NEW AIR Waveform ChannelCoding Multiple Access Full- Duplex Frame …… EPC vEPC 5G Network Functions 100GHz 100GHz Virtualization + Cloudformation (Plasticity) Virtualization
  16. 16. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 16 D. Soldani 5G plastic architecture and example application to static machines type of traffic RO: Apps and Links Control Plane (C-Plane) TM-A: Apps Enforcement /Maintenance TM-L: Links Enforcement /Maintenance FM App: Links Data Plane (D-Plane) 5G C-Plane (Slice) Orchestration interfaces SDN Controller interface 5G App – SDN Controller interface = Orchestration = Control plane AN CML DHCP AAGP FM Device AAL ANDevice MTC Server LHRE S6a-C MTC S6b-C MTC S11-C MTC SGi-C MTC Sx-C MTC MTC C-Plane Slice MTC D-Plane Slice Device Access Network Core Network 5G AN Uu 5G AN Uu S1-C MTC PoP =Point of Presence (e.g. small Data Center); DC=Data Center; CMP =Cloud Management Platform (e.g. OpenStack) SDN Platform =OpenFlowbased ControlPlatform (e.g. Floodlight); LHRE =Last Hop Routing Element AN = generic Access Network element; CML =ConnectivityManagement Localfunction FM =Flow Management; AAL =Authentication and Authorization (AA) Local; GP =General Purpose DHCP =Dynamic Host Configuration Protocolfunction, e.g. Addresses; Sxx, Uu =3GPP Interfaces SDN controller SDN controller RA App CM App AA App FM App CM App MM App CMP RA App CMP RA App CMP CMP CMP ROMod LHRE LHRE TM-A TM-A TM-A TM-L TM-L PoP PoP PoP DC DC DC DC femtoNode WiFi Node xDSL Access 5G RAN ∀ Access TM-A TM-A CMP TM-ALHRE Exampleapplicationtostatic machinestypeoftraffic
  17. 17. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 17 D. Soldani End to End Slicing for 5G Communication Systems Computing nodes (dc, PoP) SDN Controller Forwarding elements SDN Controller-Switch i/f Physical link MACRO FEMTO FEMTO PoP SDN-C dc s s PDN 1 PDN 2 PoP PoP AF1 dcPoP NF2 NF3 NF4 NF1 NF5 s s s s s s s s s s s 5G Slice 1 (C/D-Plane links) 5G Slice 1 (C/D-Plane apps) 5G Slice 2(C/D-Plane links) 5G Slice 2 (C/D-Plane apps) s s s s s s SDN-C Slices s Plastic architecture MICRO FEMTO FEMTO AF1 AF2 AF2 MICRO Device Triggered Network Controlled (DTNC) vs. 3GPP R13 CN Decór+  Explicit Slice Selection (ESS) and Ambiguos Slice Selection (ASS) 1. Enhanced MIB and Slice Specific SIBs 2. Slice Specific TrCHs/PhCHs 3. DTNC E/A slice selection and attach procedure SADelay:25%GainSignallingOH:50%Gain SIBBroadcastRate(kb/s):2-3xhigherforE/ASSwithupto35Slices Example with two slices: eMBB and mMTC NB: eMMB Slice not affected by load with DTNC VF DT
  18. 18. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 18 D. Soldani Mobility ManagementApplication (MMA) for SDN Switch 3 (Access point) Switch 4 Web Server Controller Switch 2 (Access point) Switch 1 Mobility Management Application (MMA) M1 Flow 1 Action 1 Flow 2 Action 2 Flow 1 Action 1 Flow 2 Action 2 Flow 1 Action 1 Flow 2 Action 2 Topology Devices M1 Flow 1 Action 1 Flow 2 Action 2 0.00 500000.00 1000000.00 1500000.00 2000000.00 2500000.00 MMA_Proactive MMA_Reactive Delay(ns) Overall Time Inside Controller Inside MMA 160% • Topology: 10 Access Points, 200 active mobiles • 10 Handovers/s with random mobility Configured flow for mobile device before handover SDN Control Links Configured flow for mobile device after handover
  19. 19. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 19 High band non-standalone assisted by low band 5G Macro Cell UP: User Plane CP: Control Plane HF Coverage HF Coverage LF Coverage 5G Small Cell Marco Site @ Sub6GHz  Connectivity & coverage & mobility Small Cell @ Above 6GHz  High traffic offloading Self-Backhaul
  20. 20. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 20 D. Soldani Multiple access techniques Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA): time and frequency resources sharing in the same spatial layer via power or code domain multiplexing, e.g. SCMA, MUSA, LDS-OFDM, etc. SIC=SuccessiveInterferenceCancellation Network NOMA: multi-user precoding Spatial Filtering NOMA: Using 3D-BF, AAS, M-MIMO Basic NOMA: SIC receiver [Source CMCC] Ex:6Users,twobitsmapped toacomplexcodeword,which arethenmultiplexedoverfour sharedorthogonalresources (e.g.OFDMsubcarriers) SoDeMA = Software Defined Multiple Access MPA = Message Passing Algorithm (MPA)
  21. 21. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 21 D. Soldani Advanced waveforms  Per-subcarrier pulse shaping: using prototype filter with steep power roll-off for shaping subcarrier signals in frequency and/or time domain  Sub-band filtering: applying filters to a group of subcarriers after OFDM modulation Pulse shape design parameters Waveform Name Pulse length Pulse shapes Localization K=1 Rectangular Time CP-OFDM F- OFDM (*) K=1 (NFFT long) Rectangular Time ZP-OFDM UF-OFDM (*) 1<= K<1.5 Various Time + Frequency W-OFDM K=4 Long pulse Time + Frequency FBMC/QAM Arbitrary K Various Flexible P-OFDM (*) Additional band pass filter needed K = 1 1 =< K <1.5 K = 4 The choice of either one of the two variants depends on the required degree of spectral and temporal confinement
  22. 22. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 22 D. Soldani Filtered-OFDM (F-OFDM) Pros  Multi-service with different time and frequency numerology (e.g. CP, sub-carrier spacing (symbol duration), TTI at different carrier frequencies)  Low out-of-band emission (OOBE)  Flexible frequency multiplexing  Simple channel equalization  Multi-antenna transmission  Efficient spectrum utilization  Affordable computational complexity  Possibility to incorporate other waveforms  Backward and forward compatibility Cons  Non-orthogonal in time and quasi-orthogonal in frequency  Slightly more prone to delay-spread channels than P-OFDM
  23. 23. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 23 D. Soldani Pulse shaped OFDM (P-OFDM) Pros  Excellent OOB interference control and efficient utilization of narrow frequency bands  Partitioning of spectrum into independent bands with excellent capabilities for coexistence of services in the same frequency band and spectrum sharing  Any modulation order and MIMO capability  Excellent robustness against synchronization errors  Flexible frame structure with large subcarrier spacing for high Doppler in Vehicle to Anything (V2X) communications  Short TTI length for low latency scenarios and one way ping delay < 0.5 ms Cons  Filter length may be limited by delay constrains Operational range of 16QAM OFDM P-OFDM
  24. 24. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 24 D. Soldani V2X P-OFDM Based Low Latency Real-Time (Demonstration) UE2BBU UE2RFUE1RF UE1BBU Macro BS BSRF BSBBU UE2UE1 OFDM modulation CRCTx- PPN Turbo encoder OFDM demodulation Turbo decoder USRP API Rx- PPN Ethernet/PCIe Host (Baseband) USRPX310 (RF frontend) Channel estimation /equalization MAC Optimized baseband processing running on Intel platform x86_64 USRP SDR as RF frontend Enabling D2D and cellular assisted D2D access One way ping delay < 0.5 ms
  25. 25. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 25 D. Soldani New air interface SCMA P-OFDM/F-OFDM Polar Code Full Duplex Massive MIMO Mobile Internet Internet of Things One air interface fits many applications with high flexibility, at least a 3x spectral efficiency improvement Adaptive Air Interface Service Oriented Radio (SOR): choosing different air interface components for different applications
  26. 26. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 26 M-MIMOF-OFDM SCMA Polar Code + + + Huawei 5G Low Band Test Bed World’s Highest Throughput @ Sub6G 10 Gbps32 51.6 bps/Hz 18 Layers 2293.34 3441.2 4586.9 5733.6 6880.3 7453.7 8027 8600.4 9173.8 9747.1 10320.5 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 4 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Mbps Layer Technology Innovations 200MHz BW
  27. 27. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 27 D. Soldani Huawei 5G High Band Test Bed World’s Highest Throughput @ E-Band 9.6GHz BW 115 Gbps Technology Innovations
  28. 28. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 28 D. Soldani 5G timeline 3GPP timeline: • Phase 1 by Sep 2018/Rel-15 for more urgent commercial needs (to be agreed)  Deployment 2H2020 • Phase 2 by Mar 2020/Rel-16 for all identified use cases/ requirements:  Deployment 2H2021 NB: New Radio (NR) design forward compatible so that features can be added in optimal way in later releases 17/06 18/09 20/03 Rel 13 Rel 14 Rel 15 Rel 16 Rel15WIDRequirements study WIDArchitecture study WIDRAN study SA1 SA2 RAN 5G Phase 1 deployment Rel16WIDRequirements study WIDArchitecture study WIDRAN study SA1 SA2 RAN
  29. 29. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 29 D. Soldani Conclusions 5G tests and trials with Verticals essential step towards effective standardization 3GPP primary organization and others – such as, e.g., ONF and IETF – complementary Public party crucial role in early consensus (e.g. 5GPPP), policies, regulatory processes IP Rights shall not hinder 5G technologies adoption and market uptake
  30. 30. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. Page 30 D. Soldani Thank you Copyright©2016 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. The information in this document may contain predictive statements including, without limitation, statements regarding the future financial and operating results, future product portfolio, new technology, etc. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the predictive statements. Therefore, such information is provided for reference purpose only and constitutes neither an offer nor an acceptance. Huawei may change the information at any time without notice.
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