5G mobile communication applications: a survey and comparison of use cases

Show simple item record Erunkulu, Olaonipekun Oluwafemi Zungeru, Adamu Murtala Lebekwe, Caspar K. Mosalaosi, Modisa Chuma, Joseph 2021-07-26T11:44:32Z 2021-07-26T11:44:32Z 2021-07
dc.identifier.citation Erunkulu, O. O. et al. (2021) 5G mobile communication applications: a survey and comparison of use cases. IEEE Access, 9, 97251-97295.10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3093213. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2169-3536
dc.description.abstract The mobile demands and future business context are anticipated to be resolved by the fifth-generation (5G) of mobile communication systems. It is expected to provide an utterly mobile device, connected society, and support the demanding services of various use cases (UCs). This is intended to meet the demand requirement by providing services at tens of Gbps in terms of data rates, higher mobility range, lower latencies, and massive connectivity density devices per square kilometer. A comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the different developed and proposed use cases is presented in this paper. The first part of the paper presents the overview of the new 5G Architecture by introducing new features such as the new radio interface (New Radio), an overview of the 5G Core Network, minimum requirements, and the Radio Access Network, 5G spectrum requirements and other fundamentals of the network. Secondly, a detailed review of the developed and proposed use cases for 5G communications by the standards development organizations (SDO) and other key players in mobile communication is provided. Thirdly, we went ahead to propose spectrum bands for the deployment of the various use cases based on the low-, mid-, and high-band spectrum and further classified the use cases with respect to their relevance and family, identifying the IMT-2020 test environments and the usage scenarios derived by the 3GPP, fourthly, the channel capacity and the bandwidth of the spectrum was studied, simulated and compared to ascertain the spectrum proposed in this paper for each UC family. Hence, this paper serves as a guideline for understanding the future 5G deployment scenarios in various environments. This would allow system developers to design and implement 5G channel characterization models specific to the usage scenarios to meet the system requirements. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship This work was supported by the Office of Research, Development, and Innovation (ORDI) of the Botswana International University of Science and Technology under Grant S00173. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher IEEE en_US
dc.subject Use cases en_US
dc.subject Network slicing en_US
dc.subject NG-RAN en_US
dc.subject 5G core network en_US
dc.subject Spectrum en_US
dc.subject Key performance indicators en_US
dc.subject Usage scenarios en_US
dc.subject Standard development organization en_US
dc.title 5G mobile communication applications: a survey and comparison of use cases en_US
dc.description.level phd en_US
dc.description.accessibility unrestricted en_US
dc.description.department cte en_US

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