Introduction to 5G Network Engineering - Unit 2: 5G Development
As 5G is an evolution of the 3GPP family of technologies (that builds on 4G), we look at the step-by-step deployment options in this unit - including Non-Standalone and Standalone 5G operation, and the relevant terminology used to refer to them. Development time lines, and the standardisation process are presented and discussed.
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• Draw a simplified 5G system architecture diagram; include the role of Dual Connectivity, the different RAN and Core Network domain options, and correct terminology for the various options
• Evaluate the evolutionary rollout of 5G – highlighting the rationale and advantages of each stage of deployment
• Chart the timeline for 5G standardisation within 3GPP, highlighting the key milestones
• Stage specifically what 5G means; define the scope and component parts in terms standardised technologies