Journal: IEEE Veh. Technol. Mag.

Volume 13, Issue 4

4 -- 10Matthias Pätzold. It?s Time to Go Big with 5G [Mobile Radio]
11 -- 15Harvey Glickenstein. December 2018 Land Transportation News [Transportation Systems]
18 -- 27Fan Wei, Wen Chen 0001, Yongpeng Wu, Jun Li 0004, Yuan Luo 0003. Toward 5G Wireless Interface Technology: Enabling Nonorthogonal Multiple Access in the Sparse Code Domain
28 -- 39Lei Wan, Zhiheng Guo, Yong Wu, Wenping Bi, Jinhong Yuan, Maged Elkashlan, Lajos Hanzo. 4G\/5G Spectrum Sharing: Efficient 5G Deployment to Serve Enhanced Mobile Broadband and Internet of Things Applications
40 -- 50Mostafa Mohammadkarimi, Muhammad Ahmad Raza, Octavia A. Dobre. Signature-Based Nonorthogonal Massive Multiple Access for Future Wireless Networks: Uplink Massive Connectivity for Machine-Type Communications
51 -- 59Haris Pervaiz, Oluwakayode Onireti, Abdelrahim Mohamed, Muhammad Ali Imran 0001, Rahim Tafazolli, Qiang Ni. Energy-Efficient and Load-Proportional eNodeB for 5G User-Centric Networks: A Multilevel Sleep Strategy Mechanism
60 -- 69Dennis Hui, Sara Sandberg, Yufei W. Blankenship, Mattias Andersson, Leefke Grosjean. Channel Coding in 5G New Radio: A Tutorial Overview and Performance Comparison with 4G LTE
70 -- 77Muhammad Nasar Jamal, Syed Ali Hassan, Dushantha Nalin K. Jayakody, Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues. Efficient Nonorthogonal Multiple Access: Cooperative Use of Distributed Space-Time Block Coding
80 -- 93Chia-Yu Chang, Navid Nikaein. Closing in on 5G Control Apps: Enabling Multiservice Programmability in a Disaggregated Radio Access Network
94 -- 105Adrian Kliks, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Lukasz Kulacz, Karol Kowalik, Michal Kolodziejski, Heikki Kokkinen, Jaakko Ojaniemi, Arto Kivinen. Spectrum Management Application for Virtualized Wireless Vehicular Networks: A Step Toward Programmable Spectrum Management in Future Wireless Networks
106 -- 115Nhu-Ngoc Dao, Umar Sa'ad, Viet Cuong Vu, Quang Dieu Tran, Eun-Seok Ryu, Sungrae Cho. A Softwarized Paradigm for Mobile Virtual Networks: Overcoming a Lack of Access Infrastructure
116 -- 126Djabir Abdeldjalil Chekired, Mohammed Amine Togou, Lyes Khoukhi. Hierarchical Wireless Vehicular Fog Architecture: A Case Study of Scheduling Electric Vehicle Energy Demands

Volume 13, Issue 3

4 -- 21Matthias Pätzold. The Final Sprint of Fifth-Generation Toward Commercialization [Mobile Radio]
10 -- 13Elisabeth Uhlemann. Time for Autonomous Vehicles to Connect [Connected Vehicles]
14 -- 21Harvey Glickenstein. Sound Transit to Build Light-Rail Maintenance Facility [Transportation Systems]
28 -- 38Mikael Fallgren, Markus Dillinger, Jesus Alonso-Zarate, Mate Boban, Taimoor Abbas, Konstantinos Manolakis, Toktam Mahmoodi, Tommy Svensson, Andres Laya, Ricard Vilalta. Fifth-Generation Technologies for the Connected Car: Capable Systems for Vehicle-to-Anything Communications
39 -- 47Musbah Shaat, Eva Lagunas, Ana Isabel Pérez-Neira, Symeon Chatzinotas. Integrated Terrestrial-Satellite Wireless Backhauling: Resource Management and Benefits for 5G
48 -- 60Satish Kolli, Joshua Lilly, Duminda Wijesekera. Positive Train Control Security: An Intrusion-Detection System to Provide Cyber-Situational Awareness
61 -- 71Frank J. Smith. Electric Transmission for High-Speed Rail: A Concept for a Balanced-Force Pantograph and Overhead Contact System
72 -- 80Klaus David, Hendrik Berndt. 6G Vision and Requirements: Is There Any Need for Beyond 5G?
81 -- 90Xiaochen Xia, Kui Xu 0001, Yurong Wang, Youyun Xu. A 5G-Enabling Technology: Benefits, Feasibility, and Limitations of In-Band Full-Duplex mMIMO
91 -- 99Jia-Chin Lin. Synchronization Requirements for 5G: An Overview of Standards and Specifications for Cellular Networks
100 -- 109Haijian Sun, Zekun Zhang, Rose Qingyang Hu, Yi Qian. Wearable Communications in 5G: Challenges and Enabling Technologies
110 -- 123Mate Boban, Apostolos Kousaridas, Konstantinos Manolakis, Josef Eichinger, Wen Xu 0001. Connected Roads of the Future: Use Cases, Requirements, and Design Considerations for Vehicle-to-Everything Communications
124 -- 134Ping Yang 0005, Yue Xiao, Yong Liang Guan 0001, Marco Di Renzo, Shaoqian Li, Lajos Hanzo. Multidomain Index Modulation for Vehicular and Railway Communications: A Survey of Novel Techniques
135 -- 143Juan Moreno García-Loygorri, Javier Goikoetxea, Eneko Echeverría, Aitor Arriola, Inaki Val, Stephan Sand, Paul Unterhuber, Francisco del Río. The Wireless Train Communication Network: Roll2Rail Vision
144 -- 151Clement Depature, Samir Jemei, Loïc Boulon, Alain Bouscayrol, Neigel Marx, Simon Morando, Ali Castaings. Energy Management in Fuel-Cell\/Battery Vehicles: Key Issues Identified in the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Motor Vehicle Challenge 2017

Volume 13, Issue 2

7 -- 13Mattias Patzold. Countdown for the Full-Scale Development of 5G New Radio [Mobile Radio]
14 -- 16Elisabeth Uhlemann. The Next Step: Acquisitions and Open Collaboration Platforms [Connected Vehicles]
17 -- 23Harvey Glickenstein. NJ Transit Orders More Dual-Power Locomotives [Transportations Systems]
24 -- 33Antonio Virdis, Carlo Vallati, Giovanni Nardini, Giacomo Tanganelli, Giovanni Stea, Enzo Mingozzi. D2D Communications for Large-Scale Fog Platforms: Enabling Direct M2M Interactions
34 -- 39Javier Solano, Daniel Hissel, Marie-Cécile Péra. Fail-Safe Power for Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Implementing a Self-Sustained Global Energy Management System
40 -- 47Animesh Yadav, Georgios I. Tsiropoulos, Octavia A. Dobre. Full-Duplex Communications: Performance in Ultradense mm-Wave Small-Cell Wireless Networks
48 -- 56Hong Ren, Nan Liu 0001, Cunhua Pan, Maged Elkashlan, Arumugam Nallanathan, Xiaohu You, Lajos Hanzo. Low-Latency C-RAN: An Next-Generation Wireless Approach
57 -- 64Ioannis-Prodromos Belikaidis, Andreas Georgakopoulos, Evangelos A. Kosmatos, Valerio Frascolla, Panagiotis Demestichas. Management of 3.5-GHz Spectrum in 5G Dense Networks: A Hierarchical Radio Resource Management Scheme
65 -- 74Qiang Ye 0002, Junling Li, Kaige Qu, Weihua Zhuang, Xuemin Sherman Shen, Xu Li 0001. End-to-End Quality of Service in 5G Networks: Examining the Effectiveness of a Network Slicing Framework
75 -- 83Kishor Chandra Joshi, Andrea S. Marcano, Shahid Mumtaz, R. Venkatesha Prasad, Henrik Lehrmann Christiansen. Unveiling Capacity Gains in Ultradense Networks: Using mm-Wave NOMA
84 -- 93Hamidreza Shariatmadari, Sassan Iraji, Riku Jäntti, Petar Popovski, Zexian Li, Mikko A. Uusitalo. Fifth-Generation Control Channel Design: Achieving Ultrareliable Low-Latency Communications
94 -- 101Hao Ye, Le Liang, Geoffrey Ye Li, Joonbeom Kim, Lu Lu 0002, May Wu. Machine Learning for Vehicular Networks: Recent Advances and Application Examples
102 -- 109Zhenyu Zhou, Lu Tan, Bo Gu, Yan Zhang, Jun Wu 0001. Bandwidth Slicing in Software-Defined 5G: A Stackelberg Game Approach
110 -- 120Zhengquan Zhang, Guang Yang 0008, Zheng Ma 0001, Ming Xiao, Zhiguo Ding 0001, Pingzhi Fan. Heterogeneous Ultradense Networks with NOMA: System Architecture, Coordination Framework, and Performance Evaluation
121 -- 127Victor Ortega, Faiza Bouchmal, Jose F. Monserrat. Trusted 5G Vehicular Networks: Blockchains and Content-Centric Networking

Volume 13, Issue 1

3 -- 0Klaus David. Security and Privacy Issues [From the Editor]
6 -- 13Matthias Pätzold. 5G Readiness on the Horizon [Mobile Radio]
14 -- 18Elisabeth Uhlemann. The Battle of Technologies or the Battle of Business Models? [Connected Vehicles]
19 -- 20Edward Au. Spectrum Licensing [Standards]
21 -- 25Harvey Glickenstein. Melbourne, Australia, Renews Keolis Contract [Transportation Systems]
32 -- 39Khashayar Kotobi, Sven G. Bilén. Secure Blockchains for Dynamic Spectrum Access: A Decentralized Database in Moving Cognitive Radio Networks Enhances Security and User Access
40 -- 47Bogdan Groza, Pal-Stefan Murvay. Security Solutions for the Controller Area Network: Bringing Authentication to In-Vehicle Networks
48 -- 55Leonardo J. Valdivia, Iñigo Adin, Saioa Arrizabalaga, Javier Añorga, Jaizki Mendizabal. Cybersecurity-The Forgotten Issue in Railways: Security Can Be Woven into Safety Designs
56 -- 65Kim Strandberg, Tomas Olovsson, Erland Jonsson. Securing the Connected Car: A Security-Enhancement Methodology
66 -- 73Trishank Karthik Kuppusamy, Lois Anne DeLong, Justin Cappos. Uptane: Security and Customizability of Software Updates for Vehicles
74 -- 84Nathan J. Gomes, Philippe Sehier, Howard Thomas, Philippe Chanclou, Bomin Li, Daniel Munch, Philippos Assimakopoulos, Sudhir Dixit, Volker Jungnickel. Boosting 5G Through Ethernet: How Evolved Fronthaul Can Take Next-Generation Mobile to the Next Level
85 -- 96Marios I. Poulakis, Antonis G. Gotsis, Angeliki Alexiou. Multicell Device-to-Device Communication: A Spectrum-Sharing and Densification Study
97 -- 104Chia-Lin Lai, Shahzoob Bilal Chundrigar, Samer T. Talat, Hsien-Wen Chang. Staying Connected on the Go : Network Sharing Based on Multioperator Traffic Inside Moving Transportation
105 -- 113Arash Aziminejad, Gabriel Epelbaum. Trackside Loss Analysis: An Application in a Radio-Frequency Chain of a Communication-Based Train Control System
114 -- 119Jason Krause, John McPhee. Onboard Energy Storage Systems: Ground-Fault Detection and Protection
120 -- 129Antonino Orsino, Weisi Guo, Giuseppe Araniti. 5G Multiscale Mobility : A Look at Current and Upcoming Models in the Next Technology Era
130 -- 139Filipe Joel Soares, David Rua, Clara Gouveia, Bruna D. Tavares, Antonio M. Coelho, João Abel Peças Lopes. Electric Vehicles Charging: Management and Control Strategies