Learning-Driven Wireless Communications, towards 6G [article]

Md. Jalil Piran, Doug Young Suh
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The fifth generation (5G) of wireless communication is in its infancy, and its evolving versions will be launched over the coming years. However, according to exposing the inherent constraints of 5G and the emerging applications and services with stringent requirements e.g. latency, energy/bit, traffic capacity, peak data rate, and reliability, telecom researchers are turning their attention to conceptualize the next generation of wireless communications, i.e. 6G. In this paper, we investigate
more » ... G challenges, requirements, and trends. Furthermore, we discuss how artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can contribute to 6G. Based on the requirements and solutions, we identify some new fascinating services and use-cases of 6G, which can not be supported by 5G appropriately. Moreover, we explain some research directions that lead to the successful conceptualization and implementation of 6G.
arXiv:1908.07335v1 fatcat:hdsq5fuld5d6pbqn6qeg5kmzuq