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Title: Evaluación de redes móviles 5G en entornos con aplicaciones IoT
Author: Delgado Dotor, David
Director: Vilajosana, Xavier  
Tutor: Lopez Vicario, Jose  
Keywords: Internet of things
Issue Date: 7-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The mobile cellular communications sector has shown great activity in recent decades. Through persistent effort and determination, telecommunications operators are implementing a digital transformation to create a more advanced digital world, in order to provide users a real-time, on-demand experience. The fifth generation of mobile networks, 5G, is the beginning of the development of digitalization for the interconnection of society. The expansion of the service scope for mobile networks enriches the ecosystem of the telecommunications network. Digitization creates huge opportunities for the mobile communication industry but brings up strict challenges towards mobile communication technologies. Fifth generation systems are expected to support a wide variety of application scenarios and use cases (eg, automotive, public services, smart cities, medical care) with different and varied requirements. In this context, agreements are foreseen at different levels between the different market players, ranging from sharing the infrastructure to exposing specific network capabilities as an end-to-end (E2E) service and integrating the services of the partners into the 5G system through a set of abundant capabilities and software oriented. In the developed project are described the different architectures in 5G systems, core technologies and the main features and requirements that are intended to be covered with this new generation of mobile networks. Afterward, the Internet of things concept is described and the different architectures and requirements of the IoT are analyzed at a general level, to subsequently perform an evaluation of the solutions involved in an IoT network, based on 5G.
Language: Spanish
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