Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing

Advanced Wireless Technology for Ultrahigh Data Rate Communication


Publishing date
01 May 2019
Status
Published
Submission deadline
21 Dec 2018

Lead Editor

1Hankyong National University, Anseong, Republic of Korea

2Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

3Incheon National University, Incheon, Republic of Korea

4California State University, Long Beach, USA

5Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore


Advanced Wireless Technology for Ultrahigh Data Rate Communication

Description

According to a strong demand for high-speed services in various 5G deployment scenarios, the key performance requirements for IMT-2020 (5G technical specification) include the peak data rate of 20 Gbps in downlink and 10 Gbps in uplink as well as the user experienced data rate of 100 Mbps in downlink and 50 Mbps in uplink, and then a greatly higher target performance can be intuitively expected for beyond 5G. The main challenges to realize such high data rate are to fully exploit the radio resources (e.g., time, frequency, space, power, and polarization), fully cooperate with other transmitters or receivers, and fully utilize microwave and millimeter-wave spectrum. In practice, these challenges may be restricted by the availability of radio resources and collaborative transmitters or receivers, the capability of the transceiver, the accuracy of the available channel state information, and so forth.

For the past decade, attractive wireless technologies have been presented to fulfil high data rates. The representative technologies involve digital/analog beamforming, multihop transmission, coordinated multipoint transmission/reception, nonorthogonal multiple access, massive MIMO, cognitive radio, millimeter wave, and so forth. However, an independent use of these technologies has induced a limit to improvement in achievable data rates, which has encouraged many researchers to focus on combining and optimizing the wireless technologies so as to extremely enhance the data rate. Although numerous combined technologies for further performance improvement have been proposed up till now, more innovative combination and optimization should be consistently studied as the target performance for the next-generation communication becomes continuously improved. Furthermore, real wireless communication environments, in particular, regarding 5G new radio and beyond 5G, introduce new practical issues in implementing the combined and optimized wireless technologies as follows: channel estimation capability with the associated reference signal design, transmission/reception collaboration capability, transmitter/receiver complexity, channel state information feedback, MIMO beamforming codebook design, new waveforms, wireless channel characteristics, and so forth. Hence, the practical issues in the implementation of technology need to be addressed with the research on advanced wireless technology.

This special issue focuses on the research on combining and/or optimizing the wireless technologies to enhance the achievable data rate. Moreover, this special issue will widely accept work considering an ideal system model as well as partially practical system models.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • Digital/analog beamforming for ultrahigh data rate communication
  • Millimeter-wave transmission and reception technology for considerable improvement in data rates
  • Wireless collaboration technology for ultrahigh data rate communication
  • Multiuser massive MIMO to enhance user data rates
  • Multiple access technology for ultrahigh data rate communication
  • Advanced reference signal design and channel/noise estimation to support ultrahigh data rate communication
  • Advanced channel state information reporting to support ultrahigh data rate communication
  • Performance analysis considering channel estimation error or channel state information feedback delay

Articles

  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2019
  • - Article ID 9790853
  • - Editorial

Advanced Wireless Technology for Ultrahigh Data Rate Communication

In-Ho Lee | Jung-Bin Kim | ... | Ernest Kurniawan
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2019
  • - Article ID 4089365
  • - Research Article

Performance Evaluation of IEEE 802.11ad in Evolving Wi-Fi Networks

Kien Nguyen | Mirza Golam Kibria | ... | Fumihide Kojima
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2019
  • - Article ID 4909450
  • - Research Article

Outage Analysis of User Pairing Algorithm for Full-Duplex Cellular Networks

Hyun-Ho Choi | Wonjong Noh
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2019
  • - Article ID 6592406
  • - Research Article

Robust Shrinkage Range Estimation Algorithms Based on Hampel and Skipped Filters

Chee-Hyun Park | Joon-Hyuk Chang
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2019
  • - Article ID 1649413
  • - Research Article

Implementation and Field Trials of OFDM-Based Digital Video Broadcasting System in Commercial Broadcasting Network for Multichannel UHD Service

Sang-Jung Ra | Myung-Sun Baek | ... | Cheol-Sung Kim
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2018
  • - Article ID 9656029
  • - Research Article

Spatiotemporal Statistical Channel Model for Indoor Corridor at 14 GHz, 18 GHz, and 22 GHz Bands

Nicholas O. Oyie | Thomas J. O. Afullo
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2018
  • - Article ID 7068601
  • - Research Article

Development and Validation of New Reverberation Chamber for Wireless Devices

Dong-Uk Sim | Sang Il Kwak | ... | Seong-Ook Park
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