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Title: Interference and throughput aware resource allocation for multi-class D2D in 5G networks
Authors: Lilatul Ferdouse;Waleed Ejaz;Kaamran Raahemifar;Alagan Anpalagan;Mohan Markandaier
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: This study examines subcarrier and optimal power allocation in orthogonal frequency division multiple access based 5G device-to-device (D2D) networks. To improve spectrum efficiency, D2D users share same subcarriers with the legacy users using underlay approach. In this approach, it is challenging to design an efficient subcarrier and power allocation method for D2D networks which guarantees the quality of service requirements of legacy users. Therefore, the key constraint is to check the interference condition among D2D and legacy users while allocating the same resources to D2D users. In this study, the authors propose a throughput efficient subcarrier allocation (TESA) and geometric water-filling based optimal power allocation (GWFOPA) method for multi-class cellular D2D systems. First, the TESA method selects subcarriers and allocates power equally for D2D users according to their service classes while maintaining interference and data rate constraints. Then, the GWFOPA method is applied to optimise power in a computationally effective way. The objective of TESA and GWFOPA method is to maximise the data rate of each class while maintaining interference constraint and fairness among the D2D users. Finally, the authors present simulation results to evaluate performance of TESA and GWFOPA in terms of throughput, user data rate, and fairness.
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Title: Interference and throughput aware resource allocation for multi-class D2D in 5G networks
Authors: Lilatul Ferdouse;Waleed Ejaz;Kaamran Raahemifar;Alagan Anpalagan;Mohan Markandaier
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: This study examines subcarrier and optimal power allocation in orthogonal frequency division multiple access based 5G device-to-device (D2D) networks. To improve spectrum efficiency, D2D users share same subcarriers with the legacy users using underlay approach. In this approach, it is challenging to design an efficient subcarrier and power allocation method for D2D networks which guarantees the quality of service requirements of legacy users. Therefore, the key constraint is to check the interference condition among D2D and legacy users while allocating the same resources to D2D users. In this study, the authors propose a throughput efficient subcarrier allocation (TESA) and geometric water-filling based optimal power allocation (GWFOPA) method for multi-class cellular D2D systems. First, the TESA method selects subcarriers and allocates power equally for D2D users according to their service classes while maintaining interference and data rate constraints. Then, the GWFOPA method is applied to optimise power in a computationally effective way. The objective of TESA and GWFOPA method is to maximise the data rate of each class while maintaining interference constraint and fairness among the D2D users. Finally, the authors present simulation results to evaluate performance of TESA and GWFOPA in terms of throughput, user data rate, and fairness.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/207050
volume: 11
issue: 8
More Information: 1241,
1250
Appears in Collections:2017

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7949342.pdf4.22 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Interference and throughput aware resource allocation for multi-class D2D in 5G networks
Authors: Lilatul Ferdouse;Waleed Ejaz;Kaamran Raahemifar;Alagan Anpalagan;Mohan Markandaier
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: This study examines subcarrier and optimal power allocation in orthogonal frequency division multiple access based 5G device-to-device (D2D) networks. To improve spectrum efficiency, D2D users share same subcarriers with the legacy users using underlay approach. In this approach, it is challenging to design an efficient subcarrier and power allocation method for D2D networks which guarantees the quality of service requirements of legacy users. Therefore, the key constraint is to check the interference condition among D2D and legacy users while allocating the same resources to D2D users. In this study, the authors propose a throughput efficient subcarrier allocation (TESA) and geometric water-filling based optimal power allocation (GWFOPA) method for multi-class cellular D2D systems. First, the TESA method selects subcarriers and allocates power equally for D2D users according to their service classes while maintaining interference and data rate constraints. Then, the GWFOPA method is applied to optimise power in a computationally effective way. The objective of TESA and GWFOPA method is to maximise the data rate of each class while maintaining interference constraint and fairness among the D2D users. Finally, the authors present simulation results to evaluate performance of TESA and GWFOPA in terms of throughput, user data rate, and fairness.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/207050
volume: 11
issue: 8
More Information: 1241,
1250
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7949342.pdf4.22 MBAdobe PDF