Titre : La conception de la couche physique pour "Ultra-reliable Low-Latency Communications" en 5G
Date : 15 octobre 2021
Résumé : The advent of new use cases and new applications such as augmented/virtual reality, industrial automation, autonomous vehicles, etc. in 5G has made the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) specify Ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) as one of the service categories. To support URLLC with the strict requirements of reliability and latency, 3GPP Release 15 and Release 16 have specified the URLLC features in licensed spectrum. The ongoing 3GPP Release 17 extends the URLLC features to unlicensed spectrum to target the new use cases in the industrial scenario.
In the first part of the thesis from Chapter 2 to Chapter 4, we focus on the problems in URLLC physical layer design and the URLLC features in licensed spectrum.
Following the work of URLLC design in licensed spectrum, we focus on URLLC operation in unlicensed spectrum in the second part from Chapter 5 to Chapter 8 to analyze the impact of listen before talk on URLLC.
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