5G Radio Access Network Architecture
Discover how the NG-RAN architecture is, and isn't, ready for the challenges introduced by 5G
5G Radio Access Network Architecture: The Dark Side of 5G explores foundational and advanced topics in Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture and why a re-thinking of that architecture is necessary to support new 5G requirements. The distinguished engineer and editor Sasha Sirotkin has included numerous works written by industry insiders with state of the art research at their disposal. The book explains the relevant standards and technologies from an academic perspective, but also explains why particular standards decisions were made and how a variety of NG-RAN architecture options could be deployed in real-life networks.
All major standards and technologies associated with the NG-RAN architecture are discussed in this book, including 3GP, O-RAN, Small Cell Forum, IE, and IETF. Readers will learn about how a re-design of the RAN architecture would ensure that 5G networks can deliver their promised throughput and low latency KPIs consistently and sustainably.
The book is structured as follows:
- An overview of the market drivers of the NG-RAN architecture, like spectrum models, 5G-relevant regulatory considerations, and 5G radio interface technical requirements
- An overview of the 5G System, from the core network, to the RAN, to the radio Read More chevron_right
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