Workshop on Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access Techniques for 5G Radio Access Networks
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Last updated 10 August 2017.
The 5G air interface is targeted to have higher transmission rates, faster access, support of larger user density, and better user experience for enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) services. Meanwhile, it connects to new vertical industries and new devices, creating new application scenarios such as massive machine-type communications (mMTC) and ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) services by supporting massive number of devices and enabling mission critical transmissions with ultra-high reliability and ultra-low latency requirement, respectively. In the study towards 5G air interface standardization, non-orthogonal multiple access (NoMA) is one of the most popular topics with 15 different schemes proposed already. Generally, NoMA can efficiently support higher capacity with greater flexibility and robustness, as well as adaptability towards large number of connections. These properties contribute towards a better user experience for variant kinds of services.
This workshop aims to provide a platform for the leading researchers in this area, both from academia and industry, to share their views and the most recent ideas, progress in algorithm and procedure design, as well as prototype implementation in lab or field on NoMA related techniques for 5G radio access networks. The workshop also aims to stimulate enthusiastic discussions among all experts on how the NoMA can best fit in the whole system design and help to meet the diverse requirements of 5G radio networks for eMBB, mMTC, as well as URLLC services.
The conference will be held in Toronto, Canada.
|Deadline Extended to:||22nd May 2017
|Acceptances to send:||05th June 2017|
|Final papers due:||26th June 2017|
|Workshop date and place:||
24th September, 2017