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TR 22.866SA1
enhanced Relays
for Energy Efficiency
and Extensive Coverage

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Rapporteur:  Ing. Almodovar Chico, Jose Luis

The present document examines several use cases with respective KPIs in different domains (e.g. inHome, SmartCities, SmartFarming, SmartFactories, Smart Energy, Public Safety, Logistics) and identifies new potential requirements for relays for energy efficiency and extensive coverage.
5G contemplates many different scenarios and verticals (inHome, SmartFarming, SmartFactories, Public Safety and others). Many of them are new while others have been already covered in earlier generations of mobile networks. What all of them have in common is that we can find use cases where more extensive coverage with good energy efficiency is needed in comparison to what earlier generations (3G, 4G) could offer.
Nevertheless, all these use cases present an heterogeneous set of performance requirements. While IoT use cases will address small data transmissions this is not the case for inHome scenarios where high bandwidth is expected. SmartFactories use cases have latency requirements that other use cases will not need.
The use of multi-hop relays will help to improve the coverage of the 5G system with good energy efficiency.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 7
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
4  OverviewWord-p. 8
5  Use casesWord-p. 9
5.1  Use case for enhancing coverage in industrial environments
5.2  Container Use caseWord-p. 11
5.3  Wagon Use case
5.4  Enhancing indoor coverage for the fire brigade
5.5  Use case for elderly healthcare
5.6  Use case for connected ambulance
5.7  Use case for rural areas connected healthcare
5.8  Micro-environment services
6  Traffic ScenariosWord-p. 28
7  Considerations
8  Consolidated requirements
9  Conclusions and recommendationsWord-p. 40
A  Use of Multi-hop Relay in Smart City and Community ServicesWord-p. 41
B  Change historyWord-p. 43

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