Mobile Netw Appl (2017) 22:995–997 DOI 10.1007/s11036-017-0828-7 1 2 3 4 Sanjay Kumar Biswash & Artur Ziviani & Raj Jain & Jia-Chin Lin & 5,6,7 Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues Published online: 3 February 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2017 Editorial: core for device-centric communication, leading to differ- Device-to-device (D2D) communication technology ent mobile base station density, micro-clouds on base for fifth generation (5G) mobile networks enables user stations, more alternatives for frequency re-usability, equipment (UE) to communicate directly with other UEs and additional spectrum coexistence of frequency bands. without or with partial involvement of the network in- This special issue broadly covers various aspects of frastructure, such as mobile access points or mobile ba- D2D communication in 5G networks. Out of 39 submit- se stations. There are popular low-level D2D techniques ted papers, this special issue features 6 selected papers available for short-range wireless transmissions, such as with high quality based on the revision of expert anon- Bluetooth and WiFi-Direct, and typically they use ymous reviewers. license-exempt bands. Most of the cellular technologies, The first article, BADOA EstimationApproachfor however, do not support direct over-the-air communica- Transmission Performance Guarantee in D2D tion between end users. The traditional cellular
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