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On upper bounds for D2D group size

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • In this paper, we derive upper bounds for the number of Device-to-Device (D3D)-capable out-of- coverage (OOC) User Equipments (UEs) that can share the Physical Sidelink Discovery Channel (PSDCH) while maintaining a minimum probability of discovery message decoding. We maximize these upper bounds with respect to the UEsâ™ transmission probability threshold by exploiting the fact that the upper bound is nearly linear with respect to the number of resources in the discovery resource pool. The resulting simple approximate bound is accurate over a large range of parameter values. We validate our results using Monte Carlo simulations in MATLAB and the ns-3 simulation tool.

Publication Date


  • 2019

Citation


  • Griffith, D., & Ben Mosbah, A. (2019). On upper bounds for D2D group size. In 2019 IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2019 - Proceedings. doi:10.1109/GLOBECOM38437.2019.9013437

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85081974504

Web Of Science Accession Number


Abstract


  • In this paper, we derive upper bounds for the number of Device-to-Device (D3D)-capable out-of- coverage (OOC) User Equipments (UEs) that can share the Physical Sidelink Discovery Channel (PSDCH) while maintaining a minimum probability of discovery message decoding. We maximize these upper bounds with respect to the UEsâ™ transmission probability threshold by exploiting the fact that the upper bound is nearly linear with respect to the number of resources in the discovery resource pool. The resulting simple approximate bound is accurate over a large range of parameter values. We validate our results using Monte Carlo simulations in MATLAB and the ns-3 simulation tool.

Publication Date


  • 2019

Citation


  • Griffith, D., & Ben Mosbah, A. (2019). On upper bounds for D2D group size. In 2019 IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2019 - Proceedings. doi:10.1109/GLOBECOM38437.2019.9013437

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85081974504

Web Of Science Accession Number