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doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 doc. : IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 doc. : IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 OCC and Li. Fi based Light Communication for 5 G Revolution Date: Jan 19, 2017 Authors: Name Company Address Phone Email Yeong Min Jang Kookmin University Seoul - Korea 82 -2 -910 -5068 [email protected] ac. kr Mostafa Zaman Chowdhury Kookmin University Seoul - Korea 82 -2 -910 -5068 Nam Tuan Le Kookmin University Seoul - Korea 82 -2 -910 -5068 Submission Slide 1 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 5

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 5 G Performance Requirement Issues § § § § Ultra system capacity Ultra low latency Massive device connectivity Ultra high data rate Ultra low energy consumption Ultra high spectrum efficiency Ultra high Qo. E Edge Coverage Submission Slide 2 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 5

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 5 G Challenging Issues § § § § § Flexible and efficient use of all available spectrums Spectrum extension Innovative services Adaptable in nature Flexible network design Deployment of ultra-dense heterogeneous networks Software driven network Big data-driven network intelligence Network densification Submission Slide 3 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Advantages

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Advantages of Light communication (1/2) § § § Wide unregulated spectrum Illumination as well as data communication High spatial reuse and high security High data rate and high reliable link Low user interference Efficiency of link resources Submission Slide 4 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Advantages

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Advantages of Light communication (2/2) § Safe for health § Flexible backhaul options § No additional H/W for OCC (Optical Camera Communications) or Image Sensor Communications § Need additional H/W for Li. Fi (PD based Communication) Submission Slide 5 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Light

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Light Communication Contributions for 5 G Revolution § High capacity, high data rate ü MIMO, OFDM § Small cell topology deployment ü Edge coverage Qo. S and full band frequency reuse § § Low latency High secure and high resolution Human safety Low energy consumption Submission Slide 6 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Challenges

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Challenges of Light communication in 5 G § § § § Line-of-sight communication Ambient noise in outdoor environment Handover (or Link switching), relay or mesh topology High mobility Uplink downlink full-duplex Self-Organization Integration with RF communication systems Submission Slide 7 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Light

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Light Communication in 5 G • Application scenario – point-to-point links – data transmission – precise localization • Indoor environment – Fixed communication • Outdoor environment – Fixed communication – Mobile communication • V 2 X communication Submission Slide 8 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Conclusions

doc. : IEEE 802. 11 -17/168 -01 IEEE 802. 15 -xxxxx January 2017 Conclusions § There is a shortage of RF spectra: most of them have been allocated § Traditional RF based wireless communication has arrived at a bottleneck to meet 5 G requirement § Light communication technology is an ideal complement to RF systems in 5 G technologies § Coexistence of RF and light communication technologies can fulfill the requirement of 5 G communication Submission Slide 9 Yeong Min Jang, Kookmin University