VU-Huawei-Omnitel telekomunikacijų mokslo centras

VU-Huawei-Omnitel telekomunikacijų mokslo centras

About 4G Telecommunications Research at Vilnius University Rimvydas Aleksiejnas, Kstutis Svirskas, Jevgenij Krivochiza, Bronislovas Dzindzeleta, Anatolij Pantelejev, Lithuania [email protected], [email protected] Telecommunications Research Center (TMC) Department of Radiophysics Faculty of Physics Vilnius University Foundation and History Oct 2010: President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskait and

19 delegates met with Huawei top executives at the Shanghai Expo and invited the company to establish R&D center in Lithuania. Nov 2011: Partnership agreement between Vilnius University, Omnitel and Huawei Technologies was signed. VU, fakultetas Partnership Roles Huawei Provides essential communication equipment Suggests new testing scenarios Equipment configuration

Omnitel Maintains the network integration Ensures legislative requirements are met Provides additional laboratory equipment Vilnius University Forms research interests and working groups Manages research activities Provides laboratory infrastructure

Vision and Aims Vision: To become a Center of Excellence in telecommunications and IT infrastructure Aims: Cooperation between science and business on current technological challenges Scientific research in modern telecommunications systems Promoting telecommunications science among student talents

Development of speech recognition methods Center Structure Telecommunications Research Center (TMC) Applications laboratory at Faculty of Mathematics Mobile applications laboratory for business Telecommunications Huawei Network

Academy research laboratory Echoless chamber laboratory TMC Research: Interdisciplinary Fields Mobile network modeling, experimental research and optimization methods, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications (Physics, Mathematics)

Automatic language translation, recognition and semantic analysis with applications to mobile devices (Philology, Mathematics, Physics) Mobile applications for smartphones for business and society. (Mathematics, Physics) Investigation of electromagnetic radiation effects on human health (Physics, VU Oncology Institute) Current Research Activities Recent publications:

J.Krivochiza, R. Aleksiejunas, K. Svirskas, B. Dzindzeleta, A. Pantelejev, J. Zverelo, M. Zilinskas, J. Aleksandravicius. Modelling of Radar Interference Impact on VoLTE Service, TELFOR, 2013 M.Juskauskas, J.Krivochiza, K. Svirskas, B. Dzindzeleta, , R. Aleksiejunas, and M. Zilinskas. Experimental Investigation of Radar Interference into LTE System at 1800 MHz Frequency Band, TELFOR, 2013 Projects: Electromagnetic compatibility between LTE, radars and DECT (RRT, National radio regulatory authority) Impact of GSM-900 network devices on physiological parameters of cell tissues (VU Oncology Institute) Creation of physical access control service systems (VU, VGTU) 4G: Fourth Generation wireless networks, such as LTE and LTE-Advanced Huawei LTE 4G eNodeB

LTE Network Research Testbed Control plane User plane USN USC SGSN DBS3900_01 (LTE2.6G) Gr S1-U S1-MME

S6a Combined HSS/HLR S3 Operator Service Network S11 DBS3900_01 (LTE2.6G) S1-U

MME S4 SGi UGW S1-MME S5/8 Internet SGi SGi Serving GW M2000 EPC/LTE

Huawei equipment PDN GW GGSN Corporate Intranet Omnitel network TMC and Huawei Network Academy LTE LAB IP LAB

Importance of network virtualization solutions, modeling and simulation: we use Ecrios IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) server, USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) devices, GNU Radio, ns-3 and other simulation packages. Future Plans One Example: Radar Interference into LTE Service at 800 MHz Band Towards 5G... Radio channel modeling and experimental research focusing on spectral efficiency improvement by employing spatial radio signal modulation. Influence of environmental factors on heterogeneous network design and performance. Impact of LTE 800MHz signal on digital terrestrial television services (DVB-T)

Participation in Horizon 2020 program, Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for Future Internet. What is 5G? 3D/Massive MIMO (Multiple Antennas), network densification, non-orthogonal multiple access. Thank You! Questions?

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