The Future of Communications: 5G & Beyond
- 2 Authors share their views on the future of transportation
- Read about how 5G & other technologies are changing the communication landscape
Communication is more than just what we say, but also how we say something, through which channels we send and receive information and how we process that information. It is the wireless networks, the cloud storage, the circuits and systems behind the mobiles phones in our pockets. Most of all, it is a dynamic field of research that is booming and will continue to do so at a lightning pace.
We invite you to read some of the latest research & original contributions from our authors on communication technology, how it is changing, what we can expect, who is already doing it well.
Dr. Yang Yang, Co-Director, Shanghai Institute of Fog Computing Technology (SHIFT)
Dr. Guy Pujolle, Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of Telecommunications and Professor at Sorbonne University, shares which technologies & trends will have the biggest impact of the future of communications.
"This book offers students, scientists and engineers an extensive introduction to the theoretical fundamentals of digital communications,... supplemented by a wealth of representative examples and computer simulations."
Building on his decades of experience as a consultant and project manager in the automotive industry, the author develops comprehensive and pragmatic recommendations for action regarding the digital transformation of the automotive and supplier industries. At the heart is the transition from a vehicle-focused to a mobility-oriented business model.
This book discusses new, efficient and hardware realizable algorithms that can attain the performance of beyond 5G wireless communication.
This book presents comprehensive coverage of current and emerging multiple access, random access, and waveform design techniques for 5G wireless networks and beyond.
Wireless networking technologies are witnessed to become the integral part of industry, business, entertainment and daily life. Encyclopedia of Wireless Networks is expected to provide comprehensive references to key concepts of wireless networks.
Read the entry on 5G Wireless
Read all 13 original research papers and review articles tackling various aspects of future communication technology with a special focus on the Chinese context.
This special issue presents new wireless and mobile technologies and challenges for supporting future communication systems, which necessarily span from a variety of mobile devices/objects, networking, virtualization platform, to application/service models.
This topical collection from the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking includes 19 original research articles. All papers published in this journal are open access.
This special issue includes “A Survey on Cloud Communications and Networking: State of the Art, Challenges and Opportunities”, by G. P. Xavier and B. Kantarci, which explores the connection between networks and future technologies, including 5G.