The demo “5G Mobile Edge Cloud with Mixed Numerologies for Industrial Control Applications” consists of the “Frame-by-frame reconfiguration of the flexible GFDM PHY” developed under the ORCA project and the flexible PHY software component developed in the eWINE project.

TUD team will present the demo consisting of two users and an intelligent base station equipped with a mobile edge cloud. The first user streams a video that requires a high data rate. The second user is a self-balancing robot and it requires an Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communication (URLLC). The intelligent base station decides which numerology must be used while the flexible GFDM PHY adapts itself to the type of requirement (i.e. high data-rate vs. URLLC) for the next packet transmission.  The demo shows the fundamental concept of simultaneously supporting bitpipe video streaming and real-time machine control. The application can be envisioned as a robot equipped with a camera enters a dangerous environment. While the streaming of the recorded video needs high data-rate, the remote control of the robot must be handled in URLLC fashion.

Mobile World Congress 2018
26 February – 1 March, 2018
Barcelona | Fira Gran Via

Visit us at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise booth (Hall 3, booth 3E11)