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2016 5G White Paper - 5G Vision, Requirements, and Enabling Technologies
5G Forum
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Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Technology Vision and KPIs
Chapter 3. Requirements
Chapter 4. 5G Network Technologies
Chapter 5. 5G Wireless Technologies
Chapter 6. Concluding Remarks
In 2015, we reached a global agreement on the vision for 5G and the overall objective of the development of 5G network. Furthermore, at the 3GPP RAN Workshop on 5G in September 2015, we came to a consensus that there will be a new, non-backward compatible, radio access technology as part of 5G, supported by the need for LTE-Advanced evolution in parallel.
Towards this end, two phases for the specification work had been identified―Phase 1 to be completed by H2 2018 (End of 3GPP Release 15) and Phase 2 to be completed by December 2019 for the IMT-2020 submission (End of 3GPP Release 16). Motivated by further establishments in the vision and requirements of 5G, Wireless Technology and Network Technology Sub-committees of 5G Forum had looked into the details of key technologies and network architecture centered on the global consensus. In particular, our earlier outlook on the 5G key capabilities has been revisited to be aligned with the views in Recommendation ITU-R M.2083, e.g., in the peak data rate and user-experienced data rate, as an effort to advocate global collaboration and 5G standardization.
This white paper intends to serve as a guideline for understanding 5G vision and establishing performance requirements, while identifying the key enabling technologies in 5G wireless and core networks. All these efforts will encourage universal standardization, and accelerate research toward the technology innovations by cooperating with all participants in the global 5G ecosystem.