Candidate Technologies and Evaluation Challenges for 5G
With several decades of booming development, mobile communications technology has penetrated into many related fields of our daily life. Led by various emerging applications, users have increasing higher requirements for wireless services, posing almost stringent requirements for the technical indicators of network. Therefore, the Fifth Generation mobile communications system (5G) emerges at a historic moment, devotes itself to open curtain of comprehensive informational era and provide excellent user experience. Recently, researches on key technologies for 5G are springing up in the industry, and the corresponding testing, evaluation and verification system need to be established and improved. This chapter will briefly introduce the features of candidate technologies for 5G, and then analyze the challenges faced by 5G evaluation system.
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