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Title: An Enhanced Access Reservation Protocol With a Partial Preamble Transmission Mechanism in NB-IoT Systems
Authors: Taehoon Kim;Dong Min Kim;Nuno Pratas;Petar Popovski;Dan Keun Sung
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose an enhanced access reservation protocol (ARP) with a partial preamble transmission mechanism for the narrow band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) systems. The proposed ARP can enhance the ARP performance by mitigating the occurrence of preamble collisions, while being compatible with the conventional NB-IoT ARP. We provide an analytical model that captures the performance of the proposed ARP in terms of false alarm, misdetection, and collision probabilities. Moreover, we investigate a tradeoff between the misdetection and the collision probabilities, and optimize the proposed ARP according to the system loads. The results show that the proposed ARP outperforms the conventional NB-IoT ARP, in particular, at heavier system loads.
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Title: An Enhanced Access Reservation Protocol With a Partial Preamble Transmission Mechanism in NB-IoT Systems
Authors: Taehoon Kim;Dong Min Kim;Nuno Pratas;Petar Popovski;Dan Keun Sung
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose an enhanced access reservation protocol (ARP) with a partial preamble transmission mechanism for the narrow band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) systems. The proposed ARP can enhance the ARP performance by mitigating the occurrence of preamble collisions, while being compatible with the conventional NB-IoT ARP. We provide an analytical model that captures the performance of the proposed ARP in terms of false alarm, misdetection, and collision probabilities. Moreover, we investigate a tradeoff between the misdetection and the collision probabilities, and optimize the proposed ARP according to the system loads. The results show that the proposed ARP outperforms the conventional NB-IoT ARP, in particular, at heavier system loads.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/207593
volume: 21
issue: 10
More Information: 2270,
2273
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: An Enhanced Access Reservation Protocol With a Partial Preamble Transmission Mechanism in NB-IoT Systems
Authors: Taehoon Kim;Dong Min Kim;Nuno Pratas;Petar Popovski;Dan Keun Sung
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose an enhanced access reservation protocol (ARP) with a partial preamble transmission mechanism for the narrow band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) systems. The proposed ARP can enhance the ARP performance by mitigating the occurrence of preamble collisions, while being compatible with the conventional NB-IoT ARP. We provide an analytical model that captures the performance of the proposed ARP in terms of false alarm, misdetection, and collision probabilities. Moreover, we investigate a tradeoff between the misdetection and the collision probabilities, and optimize the proposed ARP according to the system loads. The results show that the proposed ARP outperforms the conventional NB-IoT ARP, in particular, at heavier system loads.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/207593
volume: 21
issue: 10
More Information: 2270,
2273
Appears in Collections:2017

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