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Mahmood/etal/2021a: Machine type communications: key drivers and enablers towards the 6G era

Bibtype Article
Bibkey Mahmood/etal/2021a
Author Mahmood, Nurul Huda and Böcker, Stefan and Moerman, Ingrid and López, Onel A. and Munari, Andrea and Mikhaylov, Konstantin and Clazzer, Federico and Bartz, Hannes and Park, Ok-Sun and Mercier, Eric and Saidi, Selma and Osorio, Diana Moya and Jäntti, Riku and Pragada, Ravikumar and Annanperä, Elina and Ma, Yihua and Wietfeld, Christian and Andraud, Martin and Liva, Gianluigi and Chen, Yan and Garro, Eduardo and Burkhardt, Frank and Liu, Chen-Feng and Alves, Hirley and Sadi, Yalcin and Kelanti, Markus and Doré, Jean-Baptiste and Kim, Eunah and Shin, JaeSheung and Park, Gi-Yoon and Kim, Seok-Ki and Yoon, Chanho and Anwar, Khoirul and Seppänen, Pertti
Title Machine type communications: key drivers and enablers towards the 6G era
Journal EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking
Volume 2021
Number 1
Pages 134
Abstract The recently introduced 5G New Radio is the first wireless standard natively designed to support critical and massive machine type communications (MTC). However, it is already becoming evident that some of the more demanding requirements for MTC cannot be fully supported by 5G networks. Alongside, emerging use cases and applications towards 2030 will give rise to new and more stringent requirements on wireless connectivity in general and MTC in particular. Next generation wireless networks, namely 6G, should therefore be an agile and efficient convergent network designed to meet the diverse and challenging requirements anticipated by 2030. This paper explores the main drivers and requirements of MTC towards 6G, and discusses a wide variety of enabling technologies. More specifically, we first explore the emerging key performance indicators for MTC in 6G. Thereafter, we present a vision for an MTC-optimized holistic end-to-end network architecture. Finally, key enablers towards (1) ultra-low power MTC, (2) massively scalable global connectivity, (3) critical and dependable MTC, and (4) security and privacy preserving schemes for MTC are detailed. Our main objective is to present a set of research directions considering different aspects for an MTC-optimized 6G network in the 2030-era.
Month Jun
Year 2021
Projekt SFB876-A4
Url https://doi.org/10.1186/s13638-021-02010-5
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