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WG2

The Working Group 2 of the RAS cluster deals with high capacity radio network architecture for 5G and it includes the following projects:

ABSOLUTEAerial Base Stations with Opportunistic Links For Unexpected & Temporary Events

CROWD: Connectivity management for eneRgy Optimised Wireless Dense networks

HARPHigh capacity network Architecture with Remote radio heads and Parasitic antenna arrays

iJOIN: Interworking and JOINt Design of an Open Access and Backhaul Network Architecture for Small Cells based on Cloud Networks

LEXNET: Low EMF Exposure Future Networks

MCN: Mobile Cloud Networking

METIS: Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for Twenty-twenty (2020) Information Society

MOTO: Mobile Opportunistic Traffic Offloading

SEMAFOUR: Self-Management for Unified Heterogeneous Radio Access Networks

SODALESSOftware-Defined Access using Low-Energy Subsystems

TROPIC: Distributed computing, storage and radio resource allocation over cooperative femtocells

TUCAN3G: Wireless technologies for isolated rural communities in developing countries based on cellular 3G femtocell deployments

Graph representation of the relationships among WG2 projects:

 

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DIWINE

 

DIWINE

 

DIWINE considers wireless communication in a dense relay/node scenario where WNC (Wireless Network Coding) messages are flooded via dense massively air-interacting nodes in the self-contained cloud while the PHY air-interface between the terminals (sources/destinations) and the cloud is simple and uniform.

A complex infrastructure cloud creates an equivalent air-interface to the terminal, which is as simple as possible. Source and destination air-interfaces are completely cloud network-structure-blind. The cloud has its own self-contained organising and processing capability. This concept facilitates energy-efficient, high-throughput and low-latency network communication performed directly at the PHY layer, which is capable of operating in complicated, dense, randomly defined network topologies and domains.

The applications of the DIWINE paradigm are generic, being relevant to complex systems ranging from intelligent transport systems to healthcare and even machine-type communication in wireless networks. However, in order to exhibit practical, highly focused and high impact results, DIWINE concentrates on two core application/demonstration cases: i) smart metering networks and ii) critical industrial monitoring and control applications. To this end, DIWINE algorithms and theoretical technology will be integrated into two industrial proof-of-concept demonstration platforms targeting the aforementioned applications. Both of these applications require low-latency, dense networking solutions and are sure to be integral to future European policy and society as evidenced by recent European Commission initiatives such as EUROPE 2020  

Work Groups

Work Groups

RAS cluster projects are grouped into two Working Groups (WG) on the basis of their main themes of research to be tackled in order to facilitate exchanges on topics of common interest: "High Capacity PHY for future radio networks" and "High Capacity Network Architecture". These two areas combined will contribute to the capacity improvement required by the next generation of wireless networks. Although some projects are working on topics related with both WGs, projects are allocated to the WG where the main innovations and enhancements are expected. The following figure illustrates technology elements investigated by the RAS cluster projects to increase network capacity.

 

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WG1: High Capacity PHY for future radio networks

WG1 projects: 5GNOW, ACROPOLIS, CRS-i, CORASAT, DUPLO, DIWINE, E3Network, EMPHATIC, PHYLAWS, LEXNET, METIS, NEWCOM#

      •  RWP Activity #1: White paper on European view of high capacity PHY for future radio networks

WG2: High Capacity Radio Network Architecture

WG2 projects: ABSOLUTE, CROWD, HARP, iJOIN, LEXNET, MCN, METIS, MOTO, SEMAFOUR, SODALES, TROPIC, TUCAN3G

      •  RWP Activity #2: White paper on European view of high capacity radio network architecture for 5G

Links between projects

In this page common interests and links between RAS cluster projects will be highlighted.

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