Artificial Intelligence for 5G
March 21, 2019

Introduction The application of 5G wireless communication systems is expected to begin in 2020. With new projections, new technologies, and new network architectures, traffic management for 5G networks will show significant technical challenges. In recent years, AI technologies, especially ML technologies, have shown considerable success in many application domains, suggesting their future potential to solve […]

5G Core Network Flexibility
November 16, 2018

5G Core Network  End-to-end flexibility is confirmed to be one of the core features of future 5G networks. This flexibility will result in large part from the introduction of network softwarization, i.e., the network hardware and the software functions are separate. Network softwarization through network functional virtualization (NFV), software-defined networking (SDN), network slicing and Cloud-RAN […]

Network Slicing in 5G
October 5, 2018

Introduction: The 5G system has the aspiration of responding to the widest variety of services and implications in the history of mobile and wireless communications listed in: Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB). Ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC). Massive machinetype communications (mMTC). As a response to the needs of these services and applications, the 5G system targets a flexible […]

5G Network Architecture
July 27, 2018

Introduction  The investigation of the 5G cellular network has been triggered by the great growth of wireless data services driven by mobile Internet and smart devices. The new 5G mobile networks are expected to be deployed around 2020. Several multimedia applications with a huge variety of needs will have to be supported by 5G networks. […]