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Kota S., Giambene G., Abdelsadek M., Alouini M. S., Babu S., Bas J., Chaudhari S., Dalai D., Darwish T., De Cola T., Delamotte T., Dutta A., Dwivedi A., Enright M., Giordani M., Gotta A., Hammad E., Khattab T., Knopp A., Karabulut Kurt G., Manoj B. S., Medjo Me Biomo J. D., Pillai P., Rawat P., Saxena P., Scanlan P., Sharma A., Sperber R., Sun Z., Tarchi D., Varshney N., Verma S., Yanikomeroglu H., Zhao K., Zhao L.

Satellite  NTN  Edge  Machine Learning 

The fifth generation (5G) Wireless Communication systems development has brought out a paradigm shift using advanced technologies e.g., softwarization, virtualization, Massive MIMO, ultra-densification and introduction of new frequency bands. However, as the societal needs grow, and to satisfy UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), 6G and beyond systems are envisioned. Non- Terrestrial Networks including satellite systems, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and High-Altitude Platforms (HAPs) provide the best solutions to connect the unconnected, unserved and underserved in remote and rural areas in particular. Over the past few decades, Geo Synchronous Orbits (GSO) satellite systems have been deployed to support broadband services, backhauling, Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations (DR-COOP) and emergency services. Recently, there is a considerable renewed interest in planning and developing non-GSO satellite systems. Within the next few years several thousands of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites and mega LEO constellations will be ready to provide global Internet services. This report is the 2022 Edition of the INGR Satellite Working Group Report, subsequent to the previous two editions [1] [2]. The topics considered in this INGR Satellite WG 2022 Edition of the roadmap are the following taking 6G systems into account: applications and services, reference architectures (both backhaul and direct access), satellite loT, mm Wave use for satellite networks, machine learning and artificial intelligence, edge computing, QoS/QoE, security, network management and standardization. The work on the roadmap will continue towards the next edition of the roadmap addressing new challenges and potential solutions for future networks.

Source: FNWF 2022 - IEEE Future Networks World Forum, Montreal, Canada, 10-14/10/2022

Publisher: IEEE, New York, USA


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	title = {Satellite},
	author = {Kota S. and Giambene G. and Abdelsadek M. and Alouini M. S. and Babu S. and Bas J. and Chaudhari S. and Dalai D. and Darwish T. and De Cola T. and Delamotte T. and Dutta A. and Dwivedi A. and Enright M. and Giordani M. and Gotta A. and Hammad E. and Khattab T. and Knopp A. and Karabulut Kurt G. and Manoj B. S. and Medjo Me Biomo J. D. and Pillai P. and Rawat P. and Saxena P. and Scanlan P. and Sharma A. and Sperber R. and Sun Z. and Tarchi D. and Varshney N. and Verma S. and Yanikomeroglu H. and Zhao K. and Zhao L.},
	publisher = {IEEE, New York, USA},
	doi = {10.1109/fnwf55208.2022.00141},
	booktitle = {FNWF 2022 - IEEE Future Networks World Forum, Montreal, Canada, 10-14/10/2022},
	year = {2022}