Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
M. Rupp, S. Schwarz:
"Future Cellular Networks for a Society in Motion";
Keynote Lecture: International Scientific Conference On Information, Communication And Energy Systems And Technologies Icest 2015,
> It is expected that by 2050 about 86% of the world's population
> shall be urbanized.
> Even though most people will concentrate around city centres, they
> will have to commute substantially. Not just going to work can
> require several hours a day but also every errand, every event
> people want to participate it. These hours of travelling can be
> unproductive but once wireless connections to the internet are
> available, lots of activities can
> No matter if public transportation by bus or train, or individual
> automobile transportation, lots of wireless connections are required.
> But not only commuting people are causing high data traffic, also
> the busses, cars and trains themselves will participate in data
> traffic generation and finally even dominate due to many desireable
> features in security, safety and fleet control.
> The wireless internet today is based on a nomadic use for its
> In this talk the challenges for future wireless networks to deal
> with such mass of high mobile users are being set and first ideas to
> overcome such hurdles with existing and future networks are being
> proposed. The limitations of the current physical layer are
> explained, potential solutions such as Hetnets, distributed antennas
> and eMBMS services are explained in such context. Only few of the
> recent ideas proposed for 5G networks appear as feasable solutions.
LTE, Train, eMBMS, 5G
Electronic version of the publication:
Project Head Markus Rupp:
Mobile Access Research 2015
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