Third round of technical deliverables from Hexa-X has been published

Hexa-X published at the end of last year another round of technical deliverables, namely, D2.2, D3.1, and D5.1. Please find the documents in our Deliverables web page, as well as a brief description on their content from the text below.

Deliverable D2.2: This report provides analysis of various simulation models for future 6G radio system based on Hexa- X work package 2: “Novel radio access technologies towards 6G”. The analysis is performed from multiple viewpoints including radio system level studies, modelling of most significant non-idealities of radio parameters, signal waveform analyses with modelled radio impairments, modulation and beam forming studies and radio channel models based on measurements. A 6G simulation framework with its input parameters is presented in the report, which summarises various aspects of the report into one simulation platform.

Deliverable 3.1: This report provides the results of the gap analysis of Hexa-X work package 3: “6G High-Resolution Localisation and Sensing” as well as the initial findings towards methods, signals, and protocols for localisation and mapping and a vision of how accurate location and sensing information can enable and enrich applications as well as support communication. The report also defines research lines for future work in Hexa-X.

Deliverable 5.1: This document provides the results of the gap analysis of Hexa-X work package 5: “Architectural enablers for 6G”. In addition, the documents provide the general architectural direction for a possible 6G architecture. This includes identifying the necessary enablers (e.g., functions, algorithms, and enhancements) to support the new 6G architecture. Thereafter, the initial scope on the novel architectural enablers is described. These enablers allow an intelligent distributed network, new network topologies in a flexible way and enable an efficient deployment of future networks. The document also defines the research scope and the problems of the novel architectural enablers, to be further evaluated in the coming deliverables.