Prototyping 5th Generation Cellular Wireless Technology

  • Monday, 12 June 2017 (room to be defined)
  • Organiser:

    • Markus Mueck, Michael Faerber, Valerio Frascolla (INTEL, Germany)
    • Sylvie Mayrargue (CEA-LETI, France )


    Motivation and Background

    This Workshop is co-organized by four collaborative research funded projects targeting Olympic events: the EU-funded Flex5GWare and MiWaveS as well as the EU-Korea co-funded 5G CHAMPION, and the EU-Japan co-funded 5G-MiEdge. This collaboration gathers massive competence and knowledge in the field of 5G technology and related prototyping and benefits from complementary contributions: Flex5Gware’s contributions related to a prototying and testing ecosystem including highly reconfigurable hardware (HW) platforms together with HW-agnostic software (SW) platforms targeting both network elements and devices and taking into account increased capacity, reduced energy footprint, as well as scalability and modularity, to enable a smooth transition from 4G mobile wireless systems to 5G. MiWaveS contributes with specific competence on mmWave RF technology which was obtained through demonstratation activities in the field of low-cost and advanced millimetre-wave (mmW) technologies providing multi-Gigabits per second access to mobile users and contribute to sustain the traffic growth. The 5G CHAMPION consortium will report of their respective activities for setting up a fully functional prototype for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games in Korea, i.e. two years ahead of 2020, the official launch of 5G with a specific focus on direct mobile device-satellite communication and other 5G enabling technologies. Members of the 5G-MiEdge consortium the activities targeted at the preparation for the Tokyo olympic games in Japan in 2020. When deployment of new technologies is in focus, the interoperabilitiy question and the consideration of geographical-area specific issues are key elements for a successful introduction of a new technology.

    This Workshop is going to assemble a team of global experts in order to discuss learnings from first generation 5G prototype implementation and trials, to address 5G related challenges, drawbacks and strengths identified within those activities and to thus analyze gaps to be filled in order to make 5G a success. Furthermore, the Special Session looks ahead towards the next stage of 5G technology, showcasing how new enabling functionalities are tested in lab set-ups and how they are deployed in the field for early stage trials. One example relates to direct mobile device to satellite communication in order to provide access where no terrestrial infrastructure is available or out of service.




    The full day Special Session will be organized as follows:

    • 9h – 10h40 Keynotes
      • Welcoming Speech (10min) by Special Session Chairs
      • Keynote Speech (30min) by Jari Lehmusvuori (NOKIA) on The 5G Test Network in Finland (CONFIRMED)
      • Keynote Speech (30min) by Trenitalia on The 5G challenge for high speed train, Speaker to be confirmed
      • Keynote speech (30min) by Sergio Barbarossa (Sapienza university of Rome, technical manager of the 5G-MiEdge project) on the Benefit of merging MEC and mmWave technologies (CONFIRMED)
    • 10h40 – 11h Coffee Break
    • 11h – 12h Presentation Session 1: Next Generation 5G Features – Session Chair: Giuseppe Destino, University of Oulu, Finland
      • Invited Paper (20min): Narrowband IoT service provision to 5G User Equipment via a satellite component; DELEU Thibault (Thales Alenia Space, France), CHUBERRE Nicolas (Thales Alenia Space, France), GINESTE Mathieu (Thales Alenia Space, France), FRASCOLLA Valerio (INTEL, Germany)
      • Invited Paper (20min): Adaptive automotive communications solutions of 10 years lifetime enabled by ETSI RRS Software Reconfiguration technology; Markus Mueck (INTEL, Germany), Seungwon Choi (Hanyang University, Korea), Vladimir Ivanov (St Petersburg University, Russia), KIM Kyunghoon (Hanyang University, Korea), AHN Heungseop (Hanyang University, Korea), HAUSTEIN Thomas (HHI, Germany), FRASCOLLA Valerio (INTEL, Germany)
      • Invited Paper (20min): Use Cases and Business Aspects in merging mmWave and MEC technologies; Valerio Frascolla (INTEL, Germany), Katsuo Yunoki (KDDI Research, Japan), Koji Takinami (Panasonic, Japan), Kei Sakaguchi (HHI, Germany), Khanh Tran Gia (Tokyo University), Sergio Barbarossa (Sapienza university of Rome)
    • 12h – 13h30 Lunch Break
    • 13h30 – 14h30 Presentation Session 2: mmWave Technology – Session Chair: Emilio Calvanese Strinati, CEA Leti, France
      • Invited Paper (20min): Proof of concept of mmWave high capacity backhaul: RF and antenna design, DESTINO Giuseppe (University of Oulu, Finland), CLEMENTE Antonio (CEA, France), PÄRSSINEN Aarno (University of Oulu, Finland), KURSU Olli (University of Oulu, Finland), KORVALA Aki (Nokia), Maciej Smierzchalski (CEA, France), Fatimata Diaby (CEA, France), KIM Il Gyu (ETRI, Korea), CHUNG Heesang (ETRI, Korea)
      • Invited Paper (20min): Multiple antenna techniques for device pairing of a mmWave high capacity backhaul system; DESTINO Giuseppe (University of Oulu, Finland), PETTISSALO Marko (Nokia), CLEMENTE Antonio (CEA)
      • Invited Paper (20min): Hardware-In-the-Loop Trials and Demonstrations for 5G mm-Wave Communications; a Waveform Study; Jafar Mohammadi (HHI, Germany), Jian Luo (Huawei, Germany)
    • 14h30 – 15h30 Presentation Session 3: Radio Frequency Enabling Technology – Session Chair: Valerio Frascolla, INTEL, Germany
      • Invited Paper (20min): Blocking and blockage scenarios with beamforming for 5G; Visvesh Saravanan (INTEL, Germany), Camila Priale (INTEL, Germany)
      • Invited Paper (20min): PA model including memory effects; Camila Priale (INTEL, Germany), Visvesh Saravanan (INTEL, Germany)
      • Invited Paper (20min): MiWaveS millimeter-wave antennas for 5G access and backhauling; T. T. Potelon (Université de Rennes 1, France), F. Foglia Manzillo (Université de Rennes 1, France), M. Ettorre (Université de Rennes 1, France), R. Sauleau (Université de Rennes 1, France), J. Säily (VTT, Finland), A. Lamminen (VTT, Finland), M. Kaunisto (VTT, Finland), J. Aurinsalo (VTT, Finland), L. Marnat (CEA-LETI, France), L.Dussopt (CEA-LETI, France), S. Mayrargue (CEA-LETI, France)
    • 15h30 – 16h Coffee Break
    • 16h – 17h15 Panel and Closing Remarks
      • Closing Panel (60min) to discuss 5G prototyping and trialling related learnings, identified gaps and challenges and next steps in terms of second generation 5G features and functionalities.
        • Panelists: Keynote Speakers and Session Chairs
      • Closing remarks (15min) by Special Session Chairs