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Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Exhibition Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Day/Presentation Time 1st choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 2nd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 3rd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 4. Confirmation If the requested exhibition space and/or the Solutions Workshop speaking slot is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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By using the Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm, we Intuitively, the RSRP series in the LEO network has strong can find the longest path from the first time slot to the last regularity, so a relatively simple neural network structure time slot, which is actually the optimal handover strategy for should be chosen to reduce the training time and prevent this UE. overfitting. (...) Actually, in the simulation the number of beams for a long period, then the method in Subsection considered beams in each time slot is set to be 10. The length 3.1.2 can be used to find the optimal handover strategy. of a time slot is set to be 0.5s and the RSRP values in the However, in most cases a UE only knows its historical RSRP. previous 10 time slots are used to form the input. (...) For every UE in every time slot, the previous 10 RSRP for handover decisions.
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Score: 1216754.8 - https://unece.org/forests/even...odelling-and-its-practical-use
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In section 3, the proposed design of DPCI, ROPC and the dynamic selection slot n slot n+1 slot n+2 mechanism is described in detail. (...) SERVICE MULTIPLEXING SYSTEM MODEL slot n slot n+1 slot n+2 A 5G new radio (NR) uplink system is considered for this work, where there are N cells, each equipped with Kr mini-slot m mini-slot m+1 mini-slot m+2 mini-slot m+3 receiving antennas, and randomly distributed M UEs, each eMBB UE arrival 6 7 8 9 equipped with Kt transmitting antennas. (...) The monitoring = + + 0 (2) −1 periodicity of UL cancellation signaling should be equal to the URLLC physical downlink control channel (PDCCH) monitoring interval, i.e. mini-slot level [15]. In frequency Where, H1 represents the channel matrix from the service cell domain, the smallest scheduling unit is the resource block to the receiver, H2 represents the channel matrix from the (RB), which is composed of 12 resource elements (RE). interference cell to the receiver.
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Transmission scheme and antenna configuration Sub-carrier spacing Frame structure ITU Requirement [Mbps] Channel model A Channel model B Assumed system bandwidth [MHz] User exp. data rate [Mbps] Assumed system bandwidth [MHz] User exp. data rate [Mbps] 4 GHz (SUL band): 2x32 SU-MIMO;  30 GHz (TDD band): 8x32 SU-MIMO;  50% of users offload to SUL band 4 GHz: 15kHz   30 GHz: 60kHz 4 GHz: full uplink;   30 GHz: DDDSU S slot =10DL:2GP:2UL 50 4 GHz: 100 (for UL)   30 GHz: 1200 53.1 4 GHz: 100 (for UL)   30 GHz: 1200 51.4 Config. (...) SCS (kHz) ITU requirement FDD TDD 8T2R MU-MIMO 15 Average [bit/s/Hz/TRxP] 3.3 5.59 6.86 5th-tile [bit/s/Hz] 0.12 0.13 0.13 Parameters Values Test environment Indoor Hotspot – eMBB Dense Urban – eMBB Rural - eMBB Evaluation configuration Configuration A/B Configuration A Configuration A/B/C Channel model InH_B UMa_B RMa_B ISD 20 m 200 m Configuration A/B: 1732 m; Configuration C: 6000 m TDD frame structure DSUUD DSUUD DSUUD Carrier Frequency Configuration A: 4 GHz Configuration B: 30 GHz 4 GHz Configuration A: 700 MHz; Configuration B: 4 GHz Configuration C: 700 MHz System bandwidth TDD: Configuration A: 20MHz ;Configuration B: 80MHz TDD: 20MHz TDD: 20MHz FDD: 10MHz FDD: 10MHz FDD: 10MHz Subcarrier spacing configuration A: 15kHz configuration B: 60kHz 15kHz 15kHz Symbols number per slot 14 14 14 Number of antenna elements per TRxP Configuration A/B: 32Tx cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng;Mp,Np) = (4,4,2,1,1;4,4); For 32Tx: 128Tx cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng;Mp,Np) = (8,8,2,1,1;2,8) Configuration A/C: 64Tx cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng;Mp,Np) = (8,4,2,1,1;1,4); Configuration B: 128Tx cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng;Mp,Np) = (8,8,2,1,1;2,8) Number of TXRU per TRxP Configuration A/B: 32TXRU: Vertical 1-to-1 32TXRU: Vertical 2-to-8 Configuration A/C: 8TXRU ,Vertical 1-to-8; Configuration B: 32TXRU Vertical 2-to-8 Number of antenna elements per UE Configuration A : 4Rx with 0°and 90° polarization Configuration B : 8Rx with 0°,and 90° polarization (M,N,P,Mg,Ng; Mp,Np) = (2,4,2,1,2; 1,2) 4Rx with 0°and 90° polarization Configuration A: 2Rx Configuration B/C: 4Rx with 0°and 90° polarization Transmit power per TRxP TDD: Configuration A: 24 dBm; Configuration B: 23 dBm TDD: 44 dBm TDD: 46 dBm FDD: 21 dBm FDD: 41 dBm FDD: 46 dBm TRxP number per site 1 or 3 3 3 Mechanic tilt 1 TRxP / site: 180deg in GCS (pointing to the ground) 3 TRxP / site: 110 deg in GCS 90deg in GCS (pointing to the horizontal direction) 90deg in GCS (pointing to the horizontal direction) Electronic tilt Configuration A: 90deg in LCS Configuration B: According to Zenith angle in "Beam set at TRxP" 105deg in LCS Configuration A/B: 100deg in LCS Configuration C: 92deg in LCS Beam set at TRxP Configuration B: Azimuth angle φi = [0], Zenith angle θj = [pi/2] N/A N/A Beam set at UE Configuration B: Azimuth angle φi = [-pi/4, pi/4]; Zenith angle θj = [pi/4, 3*pi/4] N/A N/A UT attachment Based on RSRP (Eq. (8.1-1) in TR 36.873) from port 0 Based on RSRP (Eq. (8.1-1) in TR 36.873) from port 0 Based on RSRP (Eq. (8.1-1) in TR 36.873) from port 0 11 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association, 5G IA Evaluation Group. 09/12/2019 Evaluation assumptions for system-level simulation based KPIs (downlink (1/2)) Parameters Values Test environment Indoor Hotspot – eMBB Dense Urban – eMBB Rural - eMBB Scheduling MU-PF MU-PF MU-PF MIMO mode MU-MIMO with rank 1-2 adaptation per user; Configuration A: Maximum MU layer = 12; Configuration B: Maximum MU layer = 6 MU-MIMO with rank 1-2 adaptation per user; Maximum MU layer = 12 MU-MIMO with rank 1-2 adaptation per user; Maximum MU layer = 8 for 8Tx and maximum MU layer = 12 for 32Tx; Guard band ratio TDD: Configuration A: 8.2% for 30kHz SCS and 4.6% for 15kHz SCS (for 20 MHz); Configuration B: 5.5% (for 80 MHz); TDD: 8.2% for 30kHz SCS and 4.6% for 15kHz SCS (for 20 MHz)   8.2% for 30kHz SCS and 4.6% for 15kHz SCS (for 20 MHz)   FDD: 6.4% (for 10 MHz) FDD: 6.4% (for 10 MHz) FDD: 6.4% (for 10 MHz) BS receiver type MMSE-IRC MMSE-IRC MMSE-IRC CSI feedback 5 slots period based on non-precoded CSI-RS with delay For 32Tx: 5 slots period based on non-precoded CSI-RS with delay; 5 slots period based on non-precoded CSI-RS with delay SRS transmission Precoded SRS for 2Tx ports; Period: 5 slots; 2 symbols Precoded SRS for 2Tx ports; Period: 5 slots; 2 symbols Precoded SRS for 2Tx ports; Period: 5 slots; 2 symbols Precoder derivation TDD: SRS based TDD: SRS based TDD: SRS based FDD: NR Type II codebook (4 beams, WB+SB quantization, 8 PSK) FDD: NR Type II codebook (4 beams, WB+SB quantization, 8 PSK) FDD: NR Type II codebook (4 beams, WB+SB quantization, 8 PSK) Overhead PDCCH 2 complete symbols 2 complete symbols 2 complete symbols DMRS Type II, based on MU-layer (dynamic in simulation) Type II, based on MU-layer (dynamic in simulation) Type II, based on MU-layer (dynamic in simulation) CSI-RS FDD: 32 ports per 5 slots FDD: 32 ports per 5 slots FDD: 8/16/32 ports for 8Tx/16Tx/32Tx TDD: 32 ports per 5 slots TDD: For 64Tx, 4 ports per UE per 5 slots; For 32Tx, 32 ports per 5 slots TDD: 8/16/32 ports for 8Tx/16Tx/32Tx CSI-RS for IM ZP CSI-RS with 5 slots period; 4 RE/PRB/5 slots ZP CSI-RS with 5 slots period; 4 RE/PRB/5 slots ZP CSI-RS with 5 slots period; 4 RE/PRB/5 slots SSB 1 SSB per 10 ms 1 SSB per 10 ms 1 SSB per 10 ms TRS 2 consecutive slots per 20 ms, 1 port, maximal 52 PRBs 2 consecutive slots per 20ms, 1 port, maximal 52 PRBs 2 consecutive slots per 20 ms, 1 port, maximal 52 PRBs PTRS Configuration B: 2 ports PT-RS, (L,K) = (1,4) L is time domain density and K is frequency domain density N/A N/A Channel estimation Non-ideal Non-ideal Non-ideal Waveform OFDM OFDM OFDM 12 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association, 5G IA Evaluation Group. 09/12/2019 Evaluation assumptions for system-level simulation based KPIs (downlink (2/2)) Parameters Values Test environment Indoor Hotspot – eMBB Dense Urban – eMBB Rural - eMBB Evaluation configuration Configuration A/B Configuration A Configuration A/B/C Channel model InH_B UMa_B RMa_B UE power class 23 dBm 23 dBm 23 dBm Scheduling SU-PF SU-PF SU-PF MIMO mode Configuration A: SU-MIMO with rank 2 adaptation; Configuration B: SU-MIMO with rank 4 adaptation; SU-MIMO with rank 2 adaptation SU-MIMO with rank 2 adaptation for 2Tx/4Tx UE precoder scheme Codebook based Codebook based Codebook based Power control dBm dBm Configuration A: dBm; Configuration B: dBm; Configuration C: dBm (FDD), dBm (TDD) Power backoff model Continuous RB allocation: follow TS 38.101 in Section 6.2.2; Non-continuous RB allocation: additional 2 dB reduction Continuous RB allocation: follow TS 38.101 in Section 6.2.2; Non-continuous RB allocation: additional 2 dB reduction Continuous RB allocation: follow TS 38.101 in Section 6.2.2; Non-continuous RB allocation: additional 2 dB reduction Overhead PUCCH FDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS, 8 slots with 1 PRB and 2 OS; TDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS FDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS, 8 slots with 1 PRB and 2 OS; TDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS FDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS, 8 slots with 1 PRB and 2 OS; TDD: for each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS DMRS Type II, 2 symbols (including one additional DMRS symbol), multiplexing with PUSCH Type II, 2 symbols (including one additional DMRS symbol), multiplexing with PUSCH Type II, 2 symbols (including one additional DMRS symbol), multiplexing with PUSCH SRS 2 symbols per 5 slots, 2 symbols per 5 slots, 2 symbols per 5 slots, PTRS Configuration B: 2 ports PT-RS, (L,K) = (1,4) L is time domain density and K is frequency domain density N/A N/A 13 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association, 5G IA Evaluation Group. 09/12/2019 Additional evaluation assumptions for system-level simulation based KPIs (uplink) Parameters Values Test environment Dense Urban -eMBB Carrier frequency for evaluation 4GHz for SUL band 30 GHz for TDD band (TDD: DDDSU) Simulation bandwidth FDD:10MHz TDD: 80MHz Subcarrier spacing 15 kHz for 4GHz 60kHz for 30GHz Symbols number per slot 14 Channel model Channel model A/Channel model B Number of antenna elements per TRxP 128Tx/Rx with cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng) = (8,8,2,1,1), (dH,dV) = (0.5, 0.5)λ 256Tx/Rx with cross-polarized antennas (M,N,P,Mg,Ng) = (4,8,2,2,2), (dH,dV) = (0.5, 0.5)λ. 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Beam set at TRxP for 30 GHz - Azimuth angle φi = [-pi/4, pi/4], Zenith angle θj = 7*pi/12; Beam set at UE for 30 GHz - Azimuth angle φi = [-pi/4, pi/4], Zenith angle θj = [pi/4, 3*pi/4]; Power backoff model Continuous RB allocation: follow TS 38.101 in Section 6.2.2; Non-continuous RB allocation: additional 2 dB reduction Guard band ratio 6.4% for 10MHz bandwidth 5.5% for 80MHz bandwidth Overhead PUCCH For each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS, 8 slots with 1 PRB and 2 OS For each 10 slots, 2 slots with 3 PRB and 14 OS DMRS Type II, 2 symbols (including one additional DMRS symbol), multiplexing with PUSCH Type II, 2 symbols (including one additional DMRS symbol), multiplexing with PUSCH SRS 2 symbols per 5 slots 2 symbols per 5 slots PTRS N/A Configuration B: 2 ports PT-RS, (L,K) = (1,4) L is time domain density and K is frequency domain density Scheduler SU-PF MIMO mode SU-MIMO with rank 2 adaptation per user Channel estimation Non-ideal BS receiver type MMSE-IRC UE precoder scheme Codebook based UL CSI derivation Non-precoded SRS based with delay 14 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association, 5G IA Evaluation Group. 09/12/2019 Evaluation assumptions for uplink user experience data rate, Configuration C Results will be provided in the final Evaluation Report Work in progress 15 Source: 5G Infrastructure Association, 5G IA Evaluation Group. 09/12/2019 User plane latency Evaluation method: Analytical Minimum requirement: 20 ms (mandatory), lower values are desirable, e.g. 10 ms Related section: Report ITU-R M.2410-0, § 4.7.2 Definition: Control plane latency refers to the transition time from a most “battery efficient” state (e.g.
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Score: 1211270.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...0a/06/R0A060000910001PPTE.pptx
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The partitioning into slot regions is based on the slotting into smaller sections with a fixed length called micro slots. I.e., a slot region is an aggregation of micro slots; its duration depends on the duration of a single micro slot and the number of micro slots it consists of. Micro slots are numbered consecutively relatively to their synchronization interval [11], so e.g., a contention-based slot region may be present from micro slots numbered 1 to 10. ... synchronization reservation-based slot regioncontention-based slot region idle ... macro slot micro slots ...
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Member States that wish to reserve a speaking slot for their Minister or Deputy Minister are required to submit their request in advance to the Secretariat. (...) Agenda Item 10: Other issues to be considered by the Facilitation stream This item is intended for subjects, other than those that have a specific agenda item, which require the consideration of the Conference and that have not already been specifically dealt with by recommendations of past FALP meetings or actions taken by the ICAO Council and Assembly. — — — — — — — — ATTACHMENT D to State letter 21/40 TENTATIVE MEETING SCHEDULE (for an illustrative purpose) Hybrid Setting DATE AND TIME (Meeting slot) PLENARY/MINISTERIAL SESSION SAFETY STREAM FACILITATION STREAM TUE 12.10.21 First slot Opening Plenary (at 0800) Ministerial I (after break) Second slot (Continuing) WED 13.10.21 First slot Ministerial II Second slot AI1 THU 14.10.21 First slot AI6 Second slot AI2 FRI 15.10.21 First slot AI3 Second slot AI7 MON 18.10.21 First slot AI4 Second slot AI8 TUE 19.10.21 First slot AI5, R1, R2 Second slot AI9 WED 20.10.21 First slot AI10, R6, R7 Second slot R3, R4, R5 THU 21.10.21 First slot R8, R9, R10 Second slot * remaining items (combined slot for both streams) FRI 22.10.21 First slot Closing Plenary (at 0800) Ministerial III (after break) Second slot (Continuing, not using full slot) Closing Slot A (0600 - 0900 EDT) Slot B (1000 - 1300 EDT) Slot C (1400 - 1700 EDT) D-2 Full Virtual Setting DATE AND TIME (Meeting slot) PLENARY/MINISTERIAL SESSION SAFETY STREAM FACILITATION STREAM TUE 12.10.21 First slot Opening Plenary Ministerial I (after break) Second slot (Continuing, not using full slot) WED 13.10.21 First slot Ministerial II Second slot AI1 THU 14.10.21 First slot AI6 Second slot AI2 FRI 15.10.21 First slot AI3 Second slot AI7 MON 18.10.21 First slot AI4 Second slot AI8 TUE 19.10.21 First slot AI5, R1, R2 Second slot AI9 WED 20.10.21 First slot AI10, R6, R7 Second slot R3, R4, R5 THU 21.10.21 First slot R8, R9, R10 Second slot * remaining items (combined slot for both streams) FRI 22.10.21 First slot Closing Plenary Ministerial III (after break) Second slot (Continuing, not using full slot) Closing Slot 1 (0200 - 0500 EDT) Slot 2 (0500 - 0800 EDT) Slot 3 (0800 - 1100 EDT) Slot 4 (1100 - 1400 EDT) Slot 5 (1400 - 1700 EDT) — — — — — — — — ATTACHMENT E to State letter 21/40 ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS Conduct of the Conference 1.
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Score: 1206756.25 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Sa...ement/State%20Letters/040e.pdf
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No TAS Traffic Class Yes Slot Full? Yes No Destination Stream completed Switch? (...) Thus, as ST streams are ad‑ time) which are then used to check if enough slot time mitted and exit the system, the ST vs. (...) The reservation). In the event that no slots are available, minimum step size of 1% of the CT is considered so as to the GCE slot size is recomputed (according to the reg‑ limit the adaption granularity to a reasonable level.
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 Page 87 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 – Terahertz communications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 87 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 – Terahertz communications P. 87 ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 1400 140 Exp3 10 dB HBA SNR=20dB Exp3 0 dB HBA SNR=10dB 1200 HBA 0 dB 120 Exp3 SNR=10dB HBA 10 dB Exp3 SNR=20dB 1000 100 Cumulative regret 800 Cumulative regret 80 600 60 400 40 200 20 0 0 0 50 100 150 200 0 50 100 150 200 Time slots Time slots Fig. 7 – Cumulative regret of different algorithms in LOS scenario. (...) In high SNR conditions, only 30 time slots are required for convergence to the i‑ Figures 7 and 8 depict the sum cumulative regret ( ) nally selected beam, which is much faster compared to the performance of the proposed HBA algorithm in LOS and Exp3 algorithm, requiring nearly 100 time slots to con‑ NLOS scenarios, respectively, where the curves have been verge [9]. (...) However, under all SNR conditions, the HBA can achieve nearly 100% beam accuracy after 40 time slots, as 5.3 BER performance con irmed by the bounded regret behavior.
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