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5G and beyond for new space: vision and research challenges

5G and beyond for new space: vision and research challenges

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This chapter creates a vision for 5G and beyond satellite connectivity and discusses use cases where development is needed. We define a layered architecture for future integrated terrestrial-nonterrestrial networks and discuss what are the key communications technologies needed to make the operation reliable and efficient. We outline research challenges including high-frequency bands, spectrum sharing and interference management, optical communications, and network management using software-defined networking principles. Autonomous transport and autonomous satellites are described both as key drivers behind the development as well as disruptive technologies to fulfill future needs.

Chapter Contents:

  • 30.1 Introduction
  • 30.2 Use cases and some high-level requirements
  • 30.2.1 Communications on the move
  • 30.2.2 Public safety
  • 30.3 Network architecture
  • 30.3.1 Terrestrial layer
  • 30.3.2 Airborne layer
  • 30.3.3 Space layer
  • 30.4 Research challenges
  • 30.4.1 Physical layer and MAC procedures
  • 30.4.2 Software networks and mobile edge computing
  • 30.4.3 Mobility and routing
  • 30.4.4 High-frequency bands
  • 30.4.5 Spectrum sharing and interference management
  • 30.4.6 Optical communications
  • 30.4.7 Quantum communications
  • 30.4.8 End-to-end cybersecurity
  • 30.5 Autonomous systems as future disruption
  • 30.5.1 Software-defined satellites
  • 30.5.2 Autonomous transport
  • 30.5.3 Autonomous satellites
  • 30.6 Innovative and ambitious missions
  • 30.7 Conclusion
  • Acknowledgments
  • References

Inspec keywords: telecommunication network reliability; 5G mobile communication; mobile satellite communication; telecommunication network topology; software defined networking; radio spectrum management

Other keywords: 5G; autonomous satellite connectivity; software-defined networking principles; network management; beyond satellite connectivity; autonomous transport; optical communications; integrated terrestrial-nonterrestrial networks; spectrum sharing; interference management

Subjects: Communication network design, planning and routing; Satellite communication systems; Mobile radio systems; Reliability

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