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CHARISMA – 5G Low Latency Technologies and their Interaction with Automotion¹ Control Loops

Marian Ulbricht1, Philipp Dockhorn1, Umar Farooq Zia1, Christian Liss1, Eugene Zetserov2, Kai Habel3, and Mike Parker 4
1. InnoRoute GmbH, Munich 80335, Germany
2. Ethernity Networks Ltd, Israel 7157152025
3. Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin 10587, Germany
4. University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK
Abstract—This paper presents the low latency improvements achieved by the key technologies in the 5G-PPP CHARISMA project. CHARISMA uses an hierarchically organizes RAN architecture in combination with FPGA based hardware accelerated network functions to achieve the 5G low latency KPI’s. We show a significant improvement in the operational results as compared to the initial CHARISMA performance. We also include a visualisation platform showing the latency impact on a discrete automotive control application.
 
Index Terms—SDN, automotion, hardware acceleration, low latency

Cite: Marian Ulbricht, Philipp Dockhorn, Umar Farooq Zia, Christian Liss, Eugene Zetserov, Kai Habel, and Mike Parker, "CHARISMA – 5G Low Latency Technologies and their Interaction with Automotion¹ Control Loops," Journal of Communications, vol. 13, no. 11, pp. 667- 672, 2018. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.13.11.667- 672
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