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Over-the-air Tests of a Satellite-backhauled 5G SA Network with Edge Computing and Local Breakout

"The use of satellite as backhaul in 5G networks is the most advanced option for satellite/5G integration, expanding the coverage of 5G to underserved areas, far beyond the reach of terrestrial backhaul infrastructures. " This paper details the actual installation and over-the-air testing of a 5G Stand-Alone network, where a satellite link is used to connect the 5G Core with the RAN. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6616337


Beyond 5G/6G KPIs and Target Values

"The main goal of this paper is to give the current view of the available B5G and 6G KPIs from 5G PPP phase III projects with a emphasis on ICT-52 calls. " We are now in the 6G research period, where visionaries and scholars are interplaying to create a vision for 6G. This white paper is at this point, contributing to KPI data from ongoing research studies based on new features and use cases. The first part of this series gives an overview of common network KPIs with predefined target values for the 5G network. "When available," KPI measurements from new B5G and 6G projects as part of the 6G SNS R&I Work Programme will be taken into account as available. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6577506


Integrating LPWAN Technologies in the 5G Ecosystem: A Survey on Security Challenges and Solutions

"ABSTRACT": The convergence of the Internet of Things and 5G will lead to the creation of a variety of new possibilities for the deployment of advanced sensing, actuation, and interactive technologies, as well as the creation of novel services and applications in a slew of industries. Given the processing and communication inefficiencies of both IoT devices and the most modern IoT transmission techniques, such as Low Power Wide Area Network, there are some questions regarding certain security issues that must be addressed in order to ensure a successful integration of LPWAN systems within 5G architectures. We investigate the key safety characteristics of LPWANs, mainly focusing on network connectivity, and compare them with 5G security specifications and procedures in this report. In addition, we present a comprehensive review and analysis of research findings that recommend security solutions for the 5G-LPWAN integration. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6603639


EAP-based bootstrapping for secondary service authentication to integrate IoT into 5G networks

"We emphasize on the various aspects of consid-ered that are related to security because we include key elements, authentication procedures, and key control activities that are critical to establish security links between end-devices and data services in this study. " "From the various aspects that can be outlined in this area, we're focusing on the main areas, the methods of authentication, and key management procedures that are critical to establish security links between end-devices and data services. " We suggest the use of an enhanced bootstrapping system for secondary authentication in 5G networks that are compliant with the 3GPP's guidelines for integrating IoT technologies in 5G networks in this work.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6603631


Towards a Cloud-Native 5G Service Chaining for IoT and Video Analytics in Smart Campus

"However, it is expected that the ultimate functionality of 5G networks will only be achievable by a combination of technologies centered around 5G to satisfy the requirements for various verticals and use cases. " The individual components of the 5G testbed's description are then given. The case of smart campus/buildings use case is then discussed, and future research directions are given. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6580930


Performance Evaluation and Comparison between SA and NSA 5G Networks in Indoor Environment

"However, it is expected that the commercial rollout of 5G networks would progress from 5G radio access network integrated with existing 4G cores, i. e. , non-standalone, to the full 5G network with both 5G RAN and 5G cores, i. e standalone. This paper conducts preliminary field trials for SA and NSA 5G networks based on a self-contained 5G base station. The achievable uplink rate from SA 5G networks marginally exceeds that of the NSA counterpart in the sameRAN configuration, according to Preliminary results.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6580898


Design of a microstrip antenna patch with a rectangular slot for 5G applications operating at 28 GHz

"We present a report and design of a rectangular-shaped microstrip patch antenna with a rectangular shaped slot for fifth generation wireless applications using the microstrip line method for feeding in this paper. " This antenna is mounted on a Roger RT duroid 5880 type substrate with a relative permittivity of 2. 2, a height of h = 0. 5 mm, and a loss tangent of 0. 0009. The simulations of this antenna were carried out using a high-frequency structure simulator and computer simulation software whose main aim is to report the results obtained for this new antenna. These findings obtained by this new antenna are superior to those obtained from already existing antennas that are published in new scientific journals. According, this antenna is expected to meet the needs for 5G wireless communication applications. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6565748


RANSlicing: Towards Multi-Tenancy in 5G Radio Access Networks

"A key aim of 5G networks is to enable sharing of resources among various network operators, such as service providers and Mobile Virtual network Operators. " However, there is also a shortage of evaluation services to determine the number of benefits that can be gained from multilevel spectrum sharing rather than single-level spectrum sharing. The findings reveal an insight into the actual benefits of RAN slicing for multi-tenants in 5G networks.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6556455


Performance Evaluation of 5G-NR Positioning Accuracy Using Time Difference of Arrival Method

"We examine the results of the fifth generation new radio based positioning under a realistic conditions model for cooperatively connected automated mobility scenarios in this paper. " The results are measured using 3GP's latest positioning reference signal for positioning in 5G NR mobile networks. One of the most commonly used methods for localization is time difference between arrival positioning algorithms. When different network nodes are out of sync with each other, TDoA positioning scheme's results will decline.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6556057

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