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Future Generation Spectrum Standardization for 5G and Internet of Things

Farhan Ali, He Yigang, Guolong Shi, Yongbo Sui, and Huan Yuang
School of electrical engineering and automation, Hefei university of technology, P. R. China P.C 230009

Abstract—Spectrum designing, and standardization of network systems are utmost concerns in realizing the full vision and benefits of forthcoming generations. Moreover, such measures could promote the innovation and competition of new spectrum approaches and services. Future generations will deliver high quality services beyond the expectations and limitations of the present features of conventional mobile broadband services. Therefore, spectrum enhancement will be indispensable to meet this evolution. Two leading and important technologies, namely, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile communication, are expected to drive innovation. In the perspective of 5G, the spectrum of the future generation will reach up to 300 GHz, while in the perspective of IoT, the range would reach up to 6 GHz to meet future spectrum requirement. The current study delineated the major differences between previous generations and 5G. We included a substantially proposed spectrum for future generation, test trial ranges of spectrum, high band frequencies under consideration, and sharing schemes. Then, we culminate this study with the effective ranges to achieve a harmonized spectrum.
Index Terms—5G, Fifth generation, spectrum, sharing, internet of things (IoT)

Cite: Farhan Ali, He Yigang, Guolong Shi, Yongbo Sui, and Huan Yuang, "Future Generation Spectrum Standardization for 5G and Internet of Things," Journal of Communications vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 276-282, March 2020. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.15.3.276-282

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