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Ieee Access Special Section Editorial: Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Aided Communications for 6G and Beyond

Since it will improve both the range and energy efficiency of wireless communications by artificially reconfiguring the wireless propagation environment, reconfigurable intelligent surface-aided wireless communications is a hot topic in academic and industry research. In addition, RISs can be easily integrated into existing wireless networks. RIS is expected to be one of the most common technologies for sixth-generation wireless networks due to these compelling benefits.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3147698


Enhanced Interference Management for 6G in-X Subnetworks

As a viable radio solution for emerging applications such as wireless remote arm control and monitoring critical on-body equipment, e. g. , a short-range low-power 6th generation in-X subnetworks has been suggested as a viable radio solution for meeting demanding communication requirements in emerging markets such as wireless control of robotic arms and visibility of critical on-body equipment. Using models and parameters defined by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project, we perform extensive simulations in an industrial factory environment with mobile in-X subnetworks. In-X subnetworks requires substantial bandwidth, up to 2 packet repetitions, and environment-aware interference coordination in order to sustain packet loss rates below ten percent with a latency However, the number of repetitions could be reduced for those with longer cycling times than the cycle time, but not necessarily for systems with higher repetition rates. The latest developments have also reduced the < 100 μs packet loss rate for systems with a survival time greater than 2 cycles.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3170694


6-Gingerols (6G) reduces hypoxia-induced PC-12 cells apoptosis and autophagy through regulation of miR-103/BNIP3

In hypoxia-stimulated PC-12 cells, then we found that hypoxia administration up-regulated miR-103 expression and 6G could potentially raise miR-103 expression. In addition, miR-103 and BNIP3 upregulation also attenuated the neuroprotective effects of 6G on hypoxia-treated PC-12 cells. The effects of 6G were limited by miR-103-mediated down-regulation of BNIP3 by inhibiting p38 MAPK and JNK pathways, which is a promising agent for cerebral ischemia therapy. To summarize, 6G shielded hypoxia-stimulated PC-12 cells by miR-103-mediated down-regulation of BNIP3 by inhibiting p38 MAPK and JNK pathways. Highlights6-Gingerols is a promising agent for cerebral enzy granox-103-133-103-103-103-103-103-103-103-103-103-103-103 enzymechan 102-103-103-103-103-102-103-103-103-103-103-103-stimulated 102-stimulated cerebral 103-102-103-103-103-103-103-GIGing 103-G 103-103-103-103-103-103-103-103-104-103-103-152-103-103-104-107-103-122-103-103-103-103.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/21691401.2019.1606010


Blockchain Empowered Federated Learning for Distributed Network Security Behaviour Knowledge Base in 6G

In order to reduce malicious flow, we want to establish a new framework for coordination of security monitoring and malicious behavior control in the 6G network. Federated learning provides statistics and privacy security for the distributed network security behaviour knowledge base. We begin by using the knowledge graph to illustrate network security behaviours, then create a global network security malicious behaviour knowledge base, and discuss application scenarios. To ensure knowledge transfer integrity, we recommend a blockchain-enabled learning for distributed network defense malicious activity knowledge base architecture.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/4233238


Surveying 5G Techno-Economic Research to Inform the Evaluation of 6G Wireless Technologies

Engineers use techno-economic evaluations for evaluating new communications technologies. With mobile network operators deploying 5G throughout their networks, it is therefore opportune to assess current achievements and assess the state-of-the-art. The survey discusses emerging trends from the 5G techno-economic literature and makes five key suggestions for the implementation and standardization of Next Generation 6G wireless technologies.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3153046


Help from space: grant-free massive access for satellite-based IoT in the 6G era

By 2030, the Sixth-Generation standard for wireless communications is expected to provide ubiquitous coverage for major Internet of Things networks. Satellite-based communications have been lauded as a key technological enabler to satisfy IoT service requirements in the 6G era. We first look at the influence of the satellite transmission environment on many access methods, including information-theory and non-Orthogonal Multiple Access and Random Access technologies.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dcan.2021.07.008


Zero-Padding and Spatial Augmentation-Based Gas Sensor Node Optimization Approach in Resource-Constrained 6G-IoT Paradigm

Sensor nodes in this eco-system are also capable of running light-weight artificial intelligence models. We've achieved top performance in a gas sensor network using Convolutional Neural Network with a smaller number of gas sensor elements in this series. We have identified redundant gas sensor elements in a gas sensor array and deleted them from a gas sensor array in order to reduce the power consumption without significant change in the node's performance. The unoptimized gas sensor array's results have been used as a "baseline" to compare the optimized gas sensor array's performance.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s22083039


Dynamic QoS Management for a Flexible 5G/6G Network Core: A Step toward a Higher Programmability

Our aim is to provide 5G/6G core flexibility by customizing and optimizing network slices and delivering a higher degree of programmability. Predefined queues are the primary focus of most modern 5G solutions, so we've developed highly configurable, dynamic queue management software and moved it entirely to the application layer. According to the service management specifications, Obtained results confirm the validity of the newly developed dynamic QoS management scheme for configuring queues' parameters. In addition, the new solution can also be applied to 5G core networks to address challenging service challenges in a cost-effective manner.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s22082849


Overview of Prospects for Service-Aware Radio Access towards 6G Networks

Service awareness requires the 6G network to be aware of the needs of a multitude of services, as well as the recruitment, use, and variation of network resources, which will allow the capability of determining more efficient and cost-effective solutions for difficult heterogeneous resource configuration. We begin with a discussion about the evolution of cloud-based RAN architectures from 5G to 6G, followed by the development of a smart radio access network architecture for the integrated 6G network, which aims at balancing the computation demands and fronthaul burden and increasing service-awareness for heterogeneous and distributed demands from customers. We investigate the challenges and potential solutions for the service-aware network layout, service-aware sensing and allocation, radio broadcasting for many media connectivity protocols, and user socialization for cloud extension in order to ensure that service-aware access and transmissions can be able for future heterogeneous 6G networks.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics11081262


Performance Evaluation of Serial and Parallel Concatenated Channel Coding Scheme With Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for 6G Networks

To maintain higher data rates, throughput, and lower latency, the 6G network can use nonorthogonal multiple access rather than orthogonal multiple access. On the other hand, choosing the channel coding scheme for future 6G mobile communication is critical for maintaining the high demand for 6G. When used with NOMA, this paper suggests two-channel coding schemes to achieve higher data rates with a lower error rate floor; these codes are polar convolutional serial code and polar convolutional parallel code; these algorithms can be used with larger channel capacity and reduced bit error rates. The simulated results showed that bit error rate performance increases the overall coding increase by 1. 2 dB over fifth-generation compared to polar code in fifth-generation. PCSC leads PCPC by a 1. 5dB coding increase over PCPC.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3166943

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