Where is 5G leading us?

Where is 5G leading us?

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Contents:
Where is 5G leading us?
Dr. Peiying Zhu

www.huawei.com

Huawei Fellow
Sept . 20, 2016, VTC, Montreal

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Page 1

A Tip of Iceberg
eMBB

From
A Paradigm for
Connected People

Work and Life in the Cloud

3D Video, UHD Screen
Virtual Reality
Smart Home/Building
Industry Automation

To

Mission Critical

Smart City

A Paradigm for
Connected Things

Self-Driving Car

URLLC

mMTC
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Business Impact
Consumer/Enterprise

•Ubiquitous consistent
experience
•New services

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Vertical/Partnership

•Easy access to the common
infrastructure of 5G
• Real-time, on-demand
service
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Operator Transformation

•Easy deployment and
maintenance
•Network flexibility for
multiple industries
3

60~120 fps
Frame Rate

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Mobile VR’s Drives Extreme High Throughput and Low Latency
High Throughput > 5Gbps
Low Latency < 7ms
for Retina Experience VR

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to Avoid Motion Sickness

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Connected Car Technology Evolution
5G
802.11p
LTE-V2X (4.5G)

2G/3G/4G
Cellular
Comfort Driving

Wired / wireless
for RSU comm
Safety Driving
Telematics
Roadside Comm
Wired or wireless
communication for
infrastructure

90s’
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infotainment, on-line
navigation, remote
diagnostics, e-call
communications

2000s’

V2V,V2I, V2P (V2X)
communication for driver
assistance and partial
automation.
(Basic Set of
Applications)

2015s’

2020s’
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High automation and
full automation.
Achieve vehicle / road
/environment harmony.
(Enhanced Set of
Applications))

2030s’

5G Makes Autonomous Driving Safer & More Efficient
2020 Opens Autonomous Driving Era

5-50 ms Latency Required for V2X Communication

Million Cars
120
95.4

100
80
60

47.1

40
20

4.8

2020

0

0.008

2025

2030

2035

Number of Autonomous Driving Cars
Source: NAVIGANT RESEARCH, Autonomous Vehicles
Source: 5GPPP 5G Automotive Vision

Autonomous driving could work just with local sensors in certain scenarios, but will be much
safer and more efficient if cars are connected
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Sub6G Multi-User Field Trial
World’s First Large Scale Trial
China • Chengdu
24 TUE
Sub6GHz
SCMA

F-OFDM

100MHz

UL 3X connections
DL >1.5X throughput

Saving guard band
Asynchronous
transmission

Polar Code

MU-MIMO

0.5~2dB gain compared
with LTE Turbo Code

24 layers
3.6Gbps Peak Rate
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mmWave Multi-User Field Trial
Set New 5G Record

70
Gbps

MU-MIMO

2 streams per user
Up to 24Gbps per user

LOS&NLOS

Each stream supports
LOS & NLOS

Beam Tracking

advanced user acquisition and
beam tracking algorithms

1.8GHz BW @ E-band

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Full-Duplex Prototype
Highest Cancellation Gain

1.8x

118

Spectral Efficiency
Gain

Self-interference
Cancelation Gain

dB

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5G Network Slicing Prototype
World’s First E2E Slicing

C/U decoupling

Network functions programmable

Ultra low latency & high throughput scheduling

Purchasing

Orchestration

Deployment

Ultra low latency & high
throughput network slices

Monitoring 11
Page

3GPP Accelerated 5G Timeline
Sep 15

Feb 16

Dec 17

Rel-14

5G Std.
Start

Jun18

Rel-15

Dec 19

Rel-16

Rel-17

Chanel Modeling for
High band

Requirement & Scope

Previous Decision

5G Phase 1

Non-Standalone NR

Accelerating Decision

Standalone NR

5G Phase 2

Full IMT-2020 NR

2018Q2

NGMN

2019Q3

2020Q2

Basic
function
Verification

IOT Test

Commercial

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Thank you
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The information in this document may contain predictive statements including, without limitation, statements regarding the future financial
and operating results, future product portfolio, new technology, etc. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results and
developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the predictive statements. Therefore, such information is provided for
reference purpose only and constitutes neither an offer nor an acceptance. Huawei may change the information at any time without notice.

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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