Policy on Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
1 Introduction
2 Observation of trends
2.1 User and application trends
2.1.1 Supporting very low latency and high reliability human-centric communication
2.1.2 Supporting very low latency and high reliability machine-centric communication
2.1.3 Supporting high user density
2.1.4 Maintaining high quality at high mobility
2.1.5 Enhanced multimedia services
2.1.6 Internet of Things
2.1.7 Convergence of applications
2.1.8 Ultra-accurate positioning applications
2.2 Growth in IMT traffic
2.3 Technology trends
2.3.1 Technologies to enhance the radio interface
2.3.2 Network technologies
2.3.3 Technologies to enhance mobile broadband scenarios
2.3.4 Technologies to enhance massive machine type communications
2.3.5 Technologies to enhance ultra-reliable and low latency communications
2.3.6 Technologies to improve network energy efficiency
2.3.7 Terminal technologies
2.3.8 Technologies to enhance privacy and security
2.3.9 Technologies enabling higher data rates
2.4 Studies on technical feasibility of IMT between 6 and 100 GHz
2.5 Spectrum implications
2.5.1 Spectrum harmonization
2.5.2 Importance of contiguous and wider spectrum bandwidth
3 Evolution of IMT
3.1 How IMT has developed
3.2 Role of IMT for 2020 and beyond
4 Usage scenarios for IMT for 2020 and beyond
5 Capabilities of IMT-2020
6 Framework and objectives
6.1 Relationships
6.1.1 Relationship between existing IMT and IMT-2020
6.1.2 Relationship between IMT-2020 and other access systems
6.2 Timelines
6.2.1 Medium term
6.2.2 Long term
6.3 Focus areas for further study