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This course provides a technical overview of 5G New Radio (NR) evolution with a focus on Release 16 and a preview of upcoming features planned for Release 17. Assuming a family of the audience with 5G NR in release 15, we start directly with discussions on basic features in Release 16 providing enhancements to capabilities that are already supported in NR. For example how MIMO, power saving, or mobility are improved. In this part, we also cover enhanced URLLC and two-step RACH which while considered as enhancements to current capabilities are also essential elements needed by new verticals discussed in the following section. Remote and cross-link interference management feature which is important for wide-area and dynamic TDD deployments is also covered.
The second part of this course describes features that provide new capabilities not offered in R15 including those enabling new verticals. Here we start with positioning followed by 5G relay functions or Integrated Access and Backhaul (IAB). We then discuss NR in the unlicensed and shared spectrum (NR-U) and enhanced V2X, which are super features with a substantial impact on air interface design. We will then discuss Industrial IoT which relies on some of the above capabilities as well as a few additional features. In the end, a preview of upcoming features in release 17 are presented at a high level using the same approach as R16 starting with enhancement features followed by new features.
2. Release 16 Enhancement Features
- MIMO Enhancements
- MR-DC and CA Enhancements
- Mobility Enhancements
- Enhanced UE Power Savings
- 2-Step RACH
- Enhanced URLLC
3. New Features/Capabilities
- Cross-Link/Remote Interference Management (CLI/RIM)
- NR Positioning
- NR Unlicensed
- Integrated Access and Backhaul (IAB)
- Industrial IoT (IIoT)
4. Preview of Release 17 Features
- Enhancement Features
- New Features/Capabilities
90+ Patents in PHY and MAC Design
25+ Years of experience in telecom Industry
3GPP Delegate and Contributor
Senior Advisor, FCC
Former R&D Director, Intel
VP of Advanced Technology and Strategy, WFI
Executive Consultant, Sprint-Nextel
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