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Title: A Scaleable and License Free 5G Internet of Radio Light Architecture for Services in Train Stations
Authors: Cosmas, JP
Meunier, B
Ali, K
Jawad, N
Salih, M
Meng, H
Royo, H
Fernandez, P
Hadad, Z
Globen, B
Gokmen, H
Malkos, S
Cakan, ME
Kourtis, A
Koumaras, H
Sakkas, C
Salamon, E
Avinoam, Y
Negru, D
Lacaud, M
Zhang, Y
Huang, L-K
Zetik, R
Cabaj, K
Mazurczyk, W
Zhang, X
Kapovits, A
Keywords: Train Stations;Visible Light Communications;mm Wave Communications;Network Function Virtualisation;Software Defined Networks;5G System Architecture
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEEE Xplore, 2018
Abstract: In this paper we present a 5G Internet Radio- Light (IoRL) architecture for underground train stations that can be readily deployed because it utilizes unlicensed visible light and millimeter wave part of the spectrum, which does not require Mobile Network Operator (MNO) permission to deploy and which is used to provide travelers with accurate location, interaction, access to Internet and Cloud based Services, such as high resolution video on a Tablet PC. The paper describes the train station use cases and the IoRL architecture.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/16589
Appears in Collections:Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers

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