Hyper-Wideband Wireless Link with 12GHz Instantaneous Bandwidth Enabled by Silicon Photonics

  • Chang C.
  • Chen Y.
  • Chimot N.
  • De Valicourt G.
  • Dong P.
  • Eggleston M.
  • Itoh T.
  • Kaneda N.
  • Kim K.
  • Lelarge F.
  • Sinsky J.
  • Wu M.

We demonstrate the first silicon photonics enabled hyper-wideband wireless error-free link with instantaneous bandwidth greater than 85% of the center frequency (12GHz/14GHz). Silicon microwave photonics enables simple hyper-wideband phase encoding for RF CDMA and tunable filtering for interference rejection that surpasses conventional wireless technology.

80Gb/s PDM-QPSK PIC-to-PIC Experiment based on Fully Integrated Hybrid Silicon-based Wavelength-tunable Transmitter and Monolithic Coherent Receiver

  • Brenot R.
  • Chang C.
  • Chen Y.
  • De Valicourt G.
  • Dong P.
  • Eggleston M.
  • Kim K.
  • Lee S.
  • Maho A.
  • Sinsky J.
  • Zhu C.

We reported the first hybrid III-V/Si integrated QPSK wavelength-tunable transmitter providing high-speed (>23GHz) and low Vp (~1.3V). 80 Gbit/s PDM-QPSK signal transmission over 100 km with such integrated hybrid transmitter as well as a fully packaged silicon-based coherent receiver is demonstrated.

Signalling Minimization Framework for Short Data Packet Transmission in 5G

  • Ambrosy A.
  • Aziz D.
  • Bakker H.
  • Liao Q.

Current cellular networks are mainly designed for the transmission of broadband packet payloads. Due to this, signalling mechanisms are inefficient for small packet payloads. Future trends predict an explosion of sporadic small packet transmissions due to machine type and always-ON type applications. Therefore, we target signalling minimization in 5G. In ...

Enhanced Control Signal and Data Detection for 5G Multicarrier Low-Power Communications

  • Chen Y.
  • Doll M.

As being a complementary technique for Machine Type Communications (MTC) in future 5th Generation (5G) wireless communications, the control mechanism and control signaling should preferably be able to operate at possibly low Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) without interfering the existing cellular network. In this paper, we propose an enhanced mechanism for ...

Traffic profile based clustering for dynamic TDD in dense mobile networks

  • Baracca P.

Due to the wide spread of many heterogeneous applications and services, the traffic profile of future mobile networks is foreseen to become more variable in time and among different base stations (BSs). Dynamic time division duplex (TDD) has been recognized as an important enabler to cope with this traffic variability, ...

Low-Latency Communications in LTE Using Spatial Diversity and Encoding Redundancy

  • Claussen H.
  • Kucera S.
  • Yu Yu
  • Yuto Lim

Control of data delivery latency in wireless mobile networks is an open problem due to the inherently unreliable and stochastic nature of wireless channels. This paper explores how the current best-effort throughput-oriented wireless services could be evolved into latency-sensitive enablers of new mobile applications such as remote 3D graphical rendering ...

LWIP and Wi-Fi Boost Link Management

  • K S.
  • Kim B.
  • Ling J.
  • Lopez-Perez D.
  • Ming Ding
  • Vasudevan S.

3GPP LWIP Release 13 technology and its prestandard version Wi-Fi Boost have recently emerged as an efficient LTE and Wi-Fi integration at the IP layer, allowing uplink on LTE and downlink on Wi-Fi. This solves all the contention problems of Wi-Fi and allows an optimum usage of the unlicensed band ...

Nonlinear Fourier transform for optical data processing and transmission: Advances and perspectives

  • Jaroslaw E. Prilepsky
  • Leonid L. Frumin
  • Morteza Kamalian
  • Sander Wahls
  • Sergei K. Turitsyn
  • Stanislav A. Derevyanko
  • Thai Le S.

Fiber-optic communication systems are nowadays facing serious challenges due to fast growing demand on capacity from various new applications and services. It is now well recognised that nonlinear effects limit the spectral efficiency and transmission reach of modern fiber-optic communications. Nonlinearity compensation is therefore widely believed to be of paramount ...

Distribution Reshaping for Massive Access Control in Cellular Networks

  • Chao H.
  • Chen Y.

A massive number of the fifth generation (5G) terminals in the network brings challenges to random access design, especially for machine-type communications (MTC). Based on 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) traffic model, available solutions such as extended access barring (EAB), cannot support all the MTC devices accessing into the network ...

Channel Coding for Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication in 5G Systems

  • Jayasinghe K.
  • Sybis M.
  • Venkatasubramanian V.
  • Vukadinovic V.
  • Wesolowski K.

This paper investigates block error rate (BLER) performance and computational complexity of candidate channel coding schemes for ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) in 5G. The considered candidates are the same as those identified in 3GPP: turbo, LDPC, polar, and convolutional codes. Details of code constructions and decoding algorithms are provided ...

Virtual Massive MIMO Beamforming Gains for 5G User Terminals

  • Amin M.
  • Haardt M.
  • Zirwas W.

For future 5G systems significant performance benefits are expected from massive MIMO, especially in combination with tight inter-cell cooperation including joint-transmission using cooperative multi-point transmission. Most massive MIMO evaluations concentrate on the base station side with the goal to achieve high spectral efficiency by MU-MIMO or large coverage by strong ...

HARQ Enriched Feedback Design for 5G Technology

  • Bakowski K.
  • Khosravirad S.
  • Mudolo L.
  • Pedersen K.

It is well recognized in the literature that the performance of the hybrid automatic repeat request (HARQ) transmission can be improved by adapting the transmission parameters through exploiting extra information from the receiver over the feedback channel. This introduces new degrees of freedom for a more flexible per-link optimized transmission. ...

A New Design and Multiport Performance Evaluation for 3D Massive MIMO System

  • Jin Y.
  • Li N.
  • Li X.
  • Zhang H.
  • Zhong C.

This paper reports a novel design and system performance evaluation of 3D MIMO under LTE-A framework based on 3GPP FD MIMO channel model.We exhibit a creative design of centralized configuration for data processing convenience on BS side considering massive MIMO antenna structure, we also present analysis of three main risks ...

Design of a Wideband and Dual-Polarized CPW-Fed Monopole Antenna for Future 5G Communications

  • Mahe Y.
  • Razban T.
  • Sun H.
  • Yang T.
  • Zhang H.

As fast development in communication field, sub-6 GHz spectrum band becomes ultra crowd. Even though Carrier Aggregation (CA) and higher order modulation used, available spectrum is still the bottleneck of communication speed and network latency. Nowadays, more and more companies and institutes are paying more attention to over 6GHz communication ...

Uplink Contention Based Transmission with Non-Orthogonal Spreading

  • Li H.
  • Miao D.
  • Pedersen K.
  • Sun J.
  • Zhang Y.
  • Zhao Z.

The contention-based (CB) transmission is a promising solution for small data packets transmission in 5G uplink. In this paper, a Non-Orthogonal Coded Access (NOCA) scheme, called ZC-NOCA, is proposed for CB transmission in 5G uplink. For ZC-NOCA, the codes generated by Zadoff-Chu (ZC) sequences is used to spread the data ...

Integrating 3D Channel Model and Grid of Beams for 5G mMIMO System Level Simulations

  • Ganesan R.
  • Panzner B.
  • Pedersen K.
  • Valkealahti K.
  • Zirwas W.

Massive MIMO (mMIMO) antenna array and Grid of Beams (GoB) are one of the key components for 5G to achieve high spectral efficiency and coverage. System level simulations are necessary to optimally intergrate the components of 5G system. Simulations with mMIMO antenna array involve handling large matrices, which results in ...

Enabling RAN Moderation and Dynamic Traffic Steering in 5G

  • Bulakci Ö.
  • Ericson M.
  • Fantini R.
  • Moya F.
  • Prasad A.

The exponential increase in capacity and data rate demands, along with the diversification of use cases and verticals that are planning to use cellular radio access networks (RANs) to provide connectivity, has prompted the development of the fifth generation (5G) of radio access technology. Traffic steering, which aims at optimum ...

Coverage and Capacity Analysis of LTE-M and NB-IoT in a Rural Area

  • Holst S.
  • Kovacs I.
  • Lauridsen M.
  • Mogensen P.
  • Sorensen M.

The 3GPP has introduced the LTE-M and NB-IoT User Equipment categories and made amendments to LTE release 13 to support the cellular Internet of Things. The contribution of this paper is to analyze the coverage probability, the number of supported devices, and the device battery life in networks equipped with ...

A Simple Statistical Signal Loss Model for Deep Underground Garage

  • Gimenez L.
  • Kovacs I.
  • Mogensen P.
  • Nguyen H.
  • Rodriguez I.
  • Sorensen T.

In this paper we address the channel modeling aspects for a deep-indoor scenario with extreme coverage conditions in terms of signal losses, namely underground garage areas. We provide an in- depth analysis with regard to the path loss (gain) and large-scale signal shadow fading, and propose a simple propagation model ...

Optical filter requirements in an EML-based single-sideband PAM4 intensity-modulation and direct-detection transmission system

  • Chen J.
  • Chen H.
  • Chen Y.
  • Kaneda N.
  • Lee S.

The feasibility of a single sideband (SSB) PAM4 intensity-modulation and direct-detection (IM/DD) transmission based on a CMOS ADC and DAC is experimentally demonstrated in this work. To cost effectively build a >50 Gb/s system as well as to extend the transmission distance, a low cost EML and a passive optical ...