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1 QoSMOS Summary Michael Fitch

2 At a glance Quality of Service and MObility driven cognitive radio Systems Is an FP7 Integrated Project Call 4 objective ICT ; The Network of the Future, part (b): Spectrum-efficient radio access to Future Networks Duration is 36 months from January 2010 Budget 1198 PMs Total = 14.5M€, EC contribution = 9.4M€ Date, slide number

3 Participant organisation name
Partners Participant no. * Participant organisation name Part. short name Country 1 (Coordinator) British Telecommunications PLC BT United Kingdom 2 Telenor ASA TEL Norway 3 Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique CEA France 4 Oulun Yliopisto UOULU Finland 5 Technische Universität Dresden TUD Germany 6 Instituto de Telecomunicões IT Portugal 7 NEC Technologies (UK) Ltd NTUK 8 Agilent Technologies Belgium NV AGILENT Belgium 9 Thales Communications SA TCF 10 University of Surrey UNIS 11 NEC Corporation NEC Japan 12 Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V. Fraunhofer 13 TST Sistemas SA TST Spain 14 Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG ALD 15 Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem BME Hungary 22 March 2017, 3

4 External Advisory Board
Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR) Bundes Netz Agentur (BNetzA) Radio Communications Agency, Netherlands (Agentschap Telecom) AT4 Wireless SDR Forum Südwestrundfunk (SWR) BBC Microsoft Association of Professional Wireless Production Technologies e.V. (APWPT) 22 March 2017, 4

5 Why do we need QoSMOS ? To develop a framework to improve utilisation of radio spectrum, consistent with co-existence with other services and opening up of the mobile broadband value chain, A cognitive approach to align with the strategies of the regulators A pan-European effort with a range of partners is needed to bring all the pieces together and move them close to market 22 March 2017, 5

6 Objectives The main objective is to provide a platform for efficient radio access to future networks Under this are two S & T objectives Cognitive Wireless Access Provision [measurable criteria] Platform aspects Intelligence aspects Network Support Provision [measurable criteria] And two non-S & T objectives Use-case development [guidelines on marketing] Preparation of regulatory policies [response of regulators] 22 March 2017, 6

7 Concept A significant novelty is a two-step spectrum management process An upper cognitive manager that manages the spectrum portfolio A lower cognitive manager that allocates resource 22 March 2017, 7

8 Allocation of workpackages to objectives
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9 Workplan 22 March 2017, 9

10 Milestones are EAB meetings
MS1 – month 2 (should have been Feb 2010) Workshop, ‘Setting the scene’ Introduction to the project, planning, use-case review MS2 – month 11 (November 2010) Workshop, ‘Spectrum portfolio and scenarios’ review and ratify initial scenarios, architectures, models and frameworks MS3 – month 19 (July 2011) – with Industry Workshop, ‘Regulation impact and impact on regulation’ Disseminate, review and ratify Consolidated Scenarios, Architecture description of cognitive and spectrum manager functions and test-bed design 22 March 2017, 10

11 Milestones are EAB meetings
MS4 – month 30 (June 2012) Workshop, ‘Opportunities and chances, new models for new actors’ Review results of Simulations and Models, demonstrations of cognitive functions and transceiver platform MS5 – month 36 (December 2012) – with Industry Workshop, ‘Way forward – the QoSMOS legacy’ Final demonstration, downstream final designs The output from each of the 5 milestones will be a restricted report 22 March 2017, 11

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