Ultra-fast Reliable 5G-6G Wireless

5G Advanced-6G


    Systems and Methods for 5G/6G Receivers to Measure and Correct Phase Faults at High Frequencies
          - David E. Newman and R. Kemp Massengill


    Systems and Methods for 5G/6G Receivers to Detect, Localize, and Correct Message Faults - Without a Retransmission
          - David E. Newman and R. Kemp Massengill

Whitepaper Summary


The ambitious goals of 5G-Advanced, and especially 6G, require new systems and methods focused on high throughput and low latency, yet minimal energy waste and resource usage. We have developed innovative solutions to the most vexing challenges of next-generation networking, as described in the following whitepapers:

(1) The primary roadblock in accessing high frequencies is phase noise, due primarily to clock variations in the transmitter and the receiver. In the first whitepaper, "Phase Noise Mitigation", we show how phase noise can be compensated at the message level, with very low cost in resource area and transmission power.

(2) In crowded network spaces, narrow-beam transmission is essential to prevent blasting all the other users with background noise. The user device must also be capable of aiming its "reception beam" toward the base station, to maximize signal quality at low power usage. The second whitepaper, "Localization and Beam Alignment", shows how base stations and user devices can quickly and economically align their beams toward each other, for optimal reception and minimal wasted energy.

(3) Message faulting is an increasing problem at high frequencies, due to enhanced pathloss in the atmosphere and pervasive interference. Current fault-mitigation procedures call for automatic retransmissions (a delay) or bulky error-correction bits added to the message (reducing throughput). The third whitepaper, "Wireless Message Fault Mitigation", shows how the receiver can use the waveform and logic of a corrupted message to determine the corrected version, without a retransmission.

(4) The other major contributor to message faulting at high frequencies is timing. For message coherency, the user device must be aligned with the base station - an increasingly tight constraint at high frequencies. This also impacts phase noise. The fourth whitepaper, "Synchronization and Timing", presents lean, efficient procedures for user devices to lock timing and frequency to the base station, while automatically compensating for propagation delays and Doppler shifts.

Wireless companies exploiting these advanced technology solutions can provide better communication experiences to their users. Reduced phase noise results in access to higher frequencies and hence higher throughput. Improved beam alignment enhances reception quality while saving battery power. Receiver-based fault correction results in lower latency and fewer dropped calls. Sharper timing reduces interference and crosstalk in dense network spaces. Wireless customers will appreciate the improved reception quality and reduced power consumption provided by these technologies. Please contact us for more detailed information.


Kemp Massengill, President
709 Via Del Monte
Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274 USA
760.390.1410 (pacific time)

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