Transmission capacity analysis of relay-assisted device-to-device overlay/underlay communication

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Authors Yang Yang, Yuan Zhang, Linglong Dai, Jianjun Li, Shahid Mumtaz, Jonathan Rodriguez
Journal/Conference Name IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics
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Paper Abstract Device-to-device (D2D) communication can effectively meet the demanding high data rate by providing direct links among mobile users in cellular networks. In this paper, we analyze the transmission capacity of relay-assisted D2D communication coexisting with cellular networks in both overlay and underlay modes. D2D users can use the delicate spectrum resources in the overlay mode, while reuse the cellular resources in the underlay mode. Based on stochastic geometry, cellular users, D2D transmitters, and relay nodes (RNs) in the networks are all modeled as Poisson point process. Then, we calculate the RN existence probability and the expectation of relay link distance to obtain the successful transmission probabilities for D2D communication. According to two relay mechanisms for enhancing D2D transmission distance, we further obtain the transmission capacities of D2D communication with the assistance of RNs in both two modes, which reflect the influence from D2D density and power. In addition, the D2D transmission capacities with variable D2D link distance are also analyzed in two modes. Simulation results verify that D2D transmission capacity can be enhanced by relay transmission and influenced by a multitude of factors, including the user density, power, the D2D link distance, and the way of using RNs.
Date of publication 2017
Code Programming Language MATLAB
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