5G Mobile: From Research and Innovations to Deployment Aspects

Abdulrahman Yarali (Editor)
Professor of Telecommunication, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA

Series: Electronics and Telecommunications Research
BISAC: TEC061000

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This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students, as well as practicing engineers and managers who are involved in research, design, implementation and analysis of a higher generation of wireless mobile communications systems. In this book, there are thirteen chapters which cover the wireless networking evolution and technological advancements toward 5G. Although current technologies like 4G LTE-A are available to us, the staggering increase in the number of people moving towards mobile broadband for multiple services and other value added services is becoming a challenge for the service providers to keep up with all aspects of the market’s comprehensive needs; this capital-intensive investment industry possesses tensions that exist between performance factors vs cost, availability and efficiency. 5G systems are expected to provide a huge leap in the technology world with an infrastructure that will expedite the growth, connectivity and smartness of all types of devices, with significant increase in capacity and interoperability while maintaining a high quality of services (QoS).

The major difference between this new generation and 4G LTE from a consumer point of view is not just a higher data rate requirement, but also to provide seamless access and enhanced personalized services while protecting their privacy and personal information. The author is very pleased that the technology, academia, and industry communities are discussing this important and fast growing industry, and he is certain that the content of this book will shed some important light on this subject. The chapters presented in this book discuss visions, research, design and implementation of various aspects of 5G wireless networking and applications. The challenges faced in providing a new platform, business models, radio access, and billions of device connectivity in the near future with unseen applications and services to meet user experiences ubiquitously and securely are also presented. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. 5G Mobile: Technologies, Applications, and Ubiquitous Connectivity
Abdulrahman Yarali (Telecommunications Systems Management, Instituite of Engineering, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 2. Quality of Service in the 5G Network
Valery Tikhvinskiy and Grigory Bochechka (IcomInvest, Moscow, Russian Federation, and others)

Chapter 3. 5G Mobile Networks: Visions and Research Directions
Abdulrahman Yarali and Michael Ramage (Institute of Engineering and Center for Telecommunications Systems Management, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 4. Fog Networking for 5G and IoT
Stojan Kitanov and Toni Janevski (Mother Teresa University, Faculty of Informatics, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, and others)

Chapter 5. 5G: The Path Towards Zetabyte and the Internet of Things
Abdulrahman Yarali (Telecommunications Systems Management, Instituite of Engineering, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 6. 5G Spectrum Utilization and Spectrum Management
Valery Tikhvinskiy, Grigory Bochechka and Victor Koval (IcomInvest, Moscow, Russian Federation, and others)

Chapter 7. MIMO and the Next Generation of Mobile Networks
Abdulrahman Yarali and Jacob L. Holloman (Instituite of Engineering, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 8. Security, Privacy and Trust in 5G Wireless Mobile Communications
A. Yarali, R. Yedla, S. Almalki, K. Covey and M. Almohanna (Telecommunications Systems Management, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 9. The Roadmap to 5G Mobile Communications Systems
Tyler Davenport and Abdulrahman Yarali (Telecommunication Systems Management, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 10. Energy Efficiency of 5G Cellular Networks for Base Stations' Switching Systems
Md. Hashem Ali Khan, Poongundran Selvaprabhu, Sunil Chinnadurai and Moon Ho Lee (Division of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, Republic of Korea)

Chapter 11. Wi-Fi and LTE Advanced to 5G Network Evolution
Daniel Watkins and Abdulrahman Yarali (Telecommunications Systems Management, Murray State University, Murray, KY, USA)

Chapter 12. 5G Mobile: Infrastructures, Internet of Things and Business Models
Abdulrahman Yarali and Parimi Setu Krishna (Telecommunication Systems Management, Institute of Engineering, Murray State University, KY, USA)

Chapter 13. 5G Infrastructures: Sensors and Internet of Things
Abdulrahman Yarali and Abhishek S. Bhagat (Telecommunications Systems Management, Institute of Engineering, Murray State University, KY, USA)

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This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students as well as practicing engineers, and managers who are involved in research, design, implementation and analysis of higher generation of wireless mobile communications systems.

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