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T. S. Rappaport, Y. Xing, G. R. MacCartney, Jr., A. F. Molisch, E. Mellios, J. Zhang, Overview of Millimeter Wave Communications for Fifth-Generation (5G)Wireless Networks-with a focus on Propagation Models, in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Special Issue on 5G,Nov. 2017 Overview of Millimeter Wave Communications forFifth-Generation (5G) Wireless Networks-with a focuson Propagation ModelsTheodore S. Rappaport, Fellow,IEEE, Yunchou Xing, Student Member,IEEE, George R. MacCartney, Jr.,StudentMember,IEEE, Andreas F. Molisch,Fellow,IEEE, Evangelos Mellios,Member,IEEE, Jianhua Zhang,Senior Member,IEEE,Abstract This paper provides an overview of the features of fifthgeneration (5G) wireless communication systems now being developedfor use in the millimeter wave (mmWave) frequency bands. Early re-sults and key concepts of 5G networks are presented, and the channelmodeling efforts of many international groups for both licensed andunlicensed applications are described here.
Fig. 1: Mobile networks are evolving from 4G towards 5G. Shown here are small cells, edge servers, wireless backhaul, and 5G multi-tier architecture.
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