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Towards the
5G experience
Prof. Lorenzo Mucchi
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università di
Firenze
PIN Pol...
Mobile Networks Evolution- up to 5G
Yesterday Now Future
2G 3G 4G 5G
GSM/EDGE WCDMA
HSPA HSPA+
LTE LTE-A IMT2020
5G
Flexibility &
Spectrum Efficiency
One Physical Network
Multiple Industries
New Air InterfaceNew Architecture
Aggregate ...
Diversified Challenges and Gaps to Reach 5G
Network
Architecture
Slicing
Ability
Required
Connections
1,000K
Connections
P...
5G is an end-to-end ecosystem to enable a fully mobile
and connected society
2
5G: a unifying connectivity fabric
Mission-critical
services
Enhanced
mobile broadband
Massive Internet
of Things
Networ...
4
Enhancing mobile broadband
Ushering in the next era of immersive experiences and hyper-connectivity
UHD video streaming
...
5
Connecting the massive Internet of Things
Optimizing to connect anything, anywhere with efficient, low cost communicatio...
6
Enabling new mission-critical control
services
With ultra-reliable, ultra-low latency communication links
High reliabili...
Market Entry Benchmark of Wired and Wireless
Technologies with Projections
DSL Ac
1Kbit/s
10Kbit/s
100Kbit/s
1Mbit/s
10Mbi...
5G test trials in the world
5GradioTestBED
DEMONSTRATEINVESTIGATELEARN
Propagation
@ 10+ GHz
Technology for large
bandwidth, high
frequency systems > ...
5Gexcavator
demoatMWC2015
Ericsson Research demonstrated remote control of
real life, full size Excavators at MWC2015.
New Air Interface Test Result
25
20
15
10
5
0
22.422
7.516
Multiple UE
Mbps
5G New Air
Interface
LTE
Test Result: 3 Times ...
World's First 5G Test Bed (Sub 6GHz)
Throughput
10.32 Gbit/s
Spectrum Efficiency
51.6 bps/Hz
Huawei High Band Test Bed (>6GHz)
9.6GHz BW
115 20 Gbit/s
Breaks World Record
4G vs 5G: Real-World Test @ FINLAND
• The test was done in Helsinki with
Huawei network equipment.
• A base station runnin...
Harmonized Spectrum for 5G: US vs. EU
15
Cost of LTE GByte in North America
2014-2020
Source: Bell Labs, 2016
2
1
Fiber vs. 5G in the UK
16
Socio-economic benefits of 5G in EU28
14
€56bn Total cost of 5G in EU28 by 2020
5G could lead to the creation of 2.4 milli...
IL PARTENARIATO
Capofila
Operatori di
telecomunicazione
Università e Enti di ricerca Imprese con competenze nel settore Ul...
ULTERIORI REALTÀ
LOCALI COINVOLTE
AREA
dell’AQUILA
AREA
di PRATO
2
5
5G: la sperimentazione a Prato
5
IL
CITTADINO
AL CENTRO
DELLA
CITTÀ 5G
Certificazione e
valorizzazione del Made
in Italy
Maggiore sicurezza
cittadina
Sis...
Contatti
Per informazioni
Prof. Lorenzo Mucchi
Dipartimento di Ingegneria
dell’Informazione, Università di Firenze
PIN Pol...
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  1. 1. Towards the 5G experience Prof. Lorenzo Mucchi Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università di Firenze PIN Polo universitario «Città di Prato»
  2. 2. Mobile Networks Evolution- up to 5G Yesterday Now Future 2G 3G 4G 5G GSM/EDGE WCDMA HSPA HSPA+ LTE LTE-A IMT2020
  3. 3. 5G Flexibility & Spectrum Efficiency One Physical Network Multiple Industries New Air InterfaceNew Architecture Aggregate All Available Bands Spectrum
  4. 4. Diversified Challenges and Gaps to Reach 5G Network Architecture Slicing Ability Required Connections 1,000K Connections Per km2 Mobility 500km/h High-speed Railway Throughput 10Gbps Per Connection Latency 1 ms E2E Latency 5G 30~50ms Inflexible LTEGAP 30~50x 100x 100x 1.5x NFV/SDN 100Mbps 10K 350Km/h Challenges because many of these requirements areconflicting 4
  5. 5. 5G is an end-to-end ecosystem to enable a fully mobile and connected society
  6. 6. 2 5G: a unifying connectivity fabric Mission-critical services Enhanced mobile broadband Massive Internet of Things NetworkingMobile devices RoboticsAutomotive Health Smart cities Smart homesWearables Unified design for all spectrum types and bands from below 1GHz to mmWave • Ultra-low latency • High reliability • High availability • Strong security • Multi-Gbps data rates • Extreme capacity • Uniformity • Deep awareness • Low cost • Ultra-low energy • Deep coverage • High density
  7. 7. 4 Enhancing mobile broadband Ushering in the next era of immersive experiences and hyper-connectivity UHD video streaming Broadband ‘fiber’ to the home Virtual realityDemanding conditions, e.g. venues Tactile Internet3D/UHD video telepresence Extreme throughput multi-gigabits per second Ultra-low latency down to 1ms e2e latency Uniform experience with much more capacity
  8. 8. 5 Connecting the massive Internet of Things Optimizing to connect anything, anywhere with efficient, low cost communications Power efficient Multi-year battery life Low complexity Low device and network cost Long range Deep coverage Utility meteringSmart homesSmart cities Remote sensors / Actuators Object trackingWearables / Fitness
  9. 9. 6 Enabling new mission-critical control services With ultra-reliable, ultra-low latency communication links High reliability Extremely low loss rate Ultra-low latency Down to 1ms e2e latency High availability Multiple links for failure tolerance & mobility Energy / Smart grid Aviation MedicalIndustrial automation RoboticsAutonomous vehicles
  10. 10. Market Entry Benchmark of Wired and Wireless Technologies with Projections DSL Ac 1Kbit/s 10Kbit/s 100Kbit/s 1Mbit/s 10Mbit/s 100Mbit/s 1Gbit/s 10Gbit/s 100Gbit/s 1Tbit/s 10Tbit/s 100Tbit/s 1Pbit/s 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 Optical Backbone Optical Access DSL Access WLAN Access Cellular Access 560 Tbit/s CapacityLimit 1,300-1,620nm Band Optical Backbone Optical Access WLAN Access Cellular Access GPON 10GPON WDM-PON NG-PON2 GSM GPRS 3G- Edge HSDPA HSPA LTE cess LTEAdvanced LTEBeyond ISDN ADSL ADSL2+ VDSL2 Vectoring 802.11 802.11b 802.11ag 802.11n 802.11ac/ad Multimode G.Fast 5G
  11. 11. 5G test trials in the world
  12. 12. 5GradioTestBED DEMONSTRATEINVESTIGATELEARN Propagation @ 10+ GHz Technology for large bandwidth, high frequency systems > 5 Gbps
  13. 13. 5Gexcavator demoatMWC2015 Ericsson Research demonstrated remote control of real life, full size Excavators at MWC2015.
  14. 14. New Air Interface Test Result 25 20 15 10 5 0 22.422 7.516 Multiple UE Mbps 5G New Air Interface LTE Test Result: 3 Times Spectrum Efficiency Improvement Without frequency bandwidth and antenna change
  15. 15. World's First 5G Test Bed (Sub 6GHz) Throughput 10.32 Gbit/s Spectrum Efficiency 51.6 bps/Hz
  16. 16. Huawei High Band Test Bed (>6GHz) 9.6GHz BW 115 20 Gbit/s Breaks World Record
  17. 17. 4G vs 5G: Real-World Test @ FINLAND • The test was done in Helsinki with Huawei network equipment. • A base station running the standard hardware with supporting core network router and other electronics were placed in a rack. • The test crew then moved to some 500 meters away from the base station to conduct a test. • The team compared 4G LTE and 5G connections running two laptops and connections. • The 4G maintained a stable 50 MBit/s connection in the test, something considered to be standard real life performance in city conditions. • The 5G connection yielded significantly higher bandwidth. It constantly stayed above 700 MBit/s.
  18. 18. Harmonized Spectrum for 5G: US vs. EU 15
  19. 19. Cost of LTE GByte in North America 2014-2020 Source: Bell Labs, 2016 2 1
  20. 20. Fiber vs. 5G in the UK 16
  21. 21. Socio-economic benefits of 5G in EU28 14 €56bn Total cost of 5G in EU28 by 2020 5G could lead to the creation of 2.4 million jobs in EU28 by 2025
  22. 22. IL PARTENARIATO Capofila Operatori di telecomunicazione Università e Enti di ricerca Imprese con competenze nel settore Ulteriori Soggetti Centro Ricerche Fiat 2 4 5G: la sperimentazione a Prato
  23. 23. ULTERIORI REALTÀ LOCALI COINVOLTE AREA dell’AQUILA AREA di PRATO 2 5 5G: la sperimentazione a Prato
  24. 24. 5 IL CITTADINO AL CENTRO DELLA CITTÀ 5G Certificazione e valorizzazione del Made in Italy Maggiore sicurezza cittadina Sistema di gestione efficace della mobilità Ottimizzazione delle reti di distribuzione elettrica Evoluzione industria manifatturiera – Industry 4.0 Monitoraggio strutturale degli edifici e prevenzione delle emergenze Beni Culturali in Realtà Virtuale ed Aumentata Miglioramentosistema assistenza salute del cittadino e-health Beni culturali A/VR SHM E-Industry 4.0 Grid 4.0 High connected EV road monitoring Viabilità evoluta IMPATTO SULLA COLLETTIVITÀ E LE REALTÀ LOCALI Smart security Videosorveglianza Sensori e IoT 5G: la sperimentazione a Prato
  25. 25. Contatti Per informazioni Prof. Lorenzo Mucchi Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università di Firenze PIN Polo Universitario “Città di Prato” lorenzo.mucchi@unifi.it 055 2758539 0574 602581

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