This talk provides an overview of EURECOM's vision regarding direct contributions of innovations from its research teams to standardization bodies such as the 3GPP, in particular related to physical layer processing. We then discuss the relationship with our work on using open source code and community-based development through the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance to prototype both standardized and pre-standardized innovations. In particular, we will shed some light on how such methodologies can coexist effectively with industrial standardization processes and more importantly how academic institutions can hope to provide more direct impact to future cellular system architecture.
Academic research, standardization and Open-prototyping
EUSIPCO 2019, 27th European Signal Processing Conference, 2-6 September 2019, Coruna, Spain
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