Beyond 5G baseband processing on a multicore architecture

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Title Beyond 5G baseband processing on a multicore architecture
Summary Implementation and evaluation of beyond 5G baseband algorithms on an embedded (Epiphany) processor with 16 cores
Keywords 5G, baseband, parallel programming, wireless
TimeFrame 2021 march -
References * Larsson, Erik G., et al. "Massive MIMO for next generation wireless systems." IEEE communications magazine 52.2 (2014): 186-195.
  • Malkowsky, Steffen. Massive MIMO: Prototyping, Proof-of-Concept and Implementation. Diss. University of Lund, 2019.
Prerequisites Knowledge in embedded parallel programming
Author
Supervisor Süleyman Savas
Level Master
Status Open


The project is about parallel programming a set of 5G and beyond 5G wireless tasks and running them on a 16 core architecture.

Research questions:

  • Is a 16 core Epiphany architecture sufficient for the performance requirements of beyond 5G baseband processes?
  • How to distribute/map the beyond 5G baseband tasks onto a 16 core embedded processor?


The student will need to

  • study the 5G baseband processing algorithms with a literature review
  • analyze the performance requirements of the 5G application
  • analyze the maximum performance of the architecture
  • determine which tasks can/should be run on the Epiphany architecture
  • parallelize the algorithms and run on the Epiphany architecture
  • evaluate the performance of the architecture and different implementations of the same algorithm
  • compare the results to the state-of-the art