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Book description

Gain a detailed understanding of the protocols, network architectures and techniques being considered for 5G wireless networks with this authoritative guide to the state of the art.• Get up to speed with key topics such as cloud radio access networks, mobile edge computing, full duplexing, massive MIMO, mmWave, NOMA, Internet of things, M2M communications, D2D communications, mobile data offloading, interference mitigation techniques, radio resource management, visible light communications, and smart data pricing.• Learn from leading researchers in academia and industry about the most recent theoretical developments in the field.• Discover how each potential technology can increase the capacity, spectral efficiency, and energy efficiency of wireless systems. Providing the most comprehensive overview of 5G technologies to date, this is an essential reference for researchers, practicing engineers and graduate students working in wireless communications and networking.

Reviews

'A comprehensive and in-depth book on the advanced research of key technologies for 5G.'

Wen Tong - Huawei Technologies Company

'The first comprehensive book I’ve seen on all the different candidate 5G cellular technologies, with a tutorial yet technical treatment. The contributors include many of the most respected thought leaders on 5G research.'

Jeffrey Andrews - University of Texas, Austin

'This book is a valuable and comprehensive reference, providing insights for various essential aspects of the emerging 5G technologies, from physical layer transmission, to networking protocol design, and to system architectures and applications.'

Weihua Zhuang - University of Waterloo, Ontario

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