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Radio Resource Management for V2V Multihop Communication Considering Adjacent Channel Interference.

Published on Jan 1, 2019in arXiv: Signal Processing
Anver Hisham2
Estimated H-index: 2
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Erik G. Ström30
Estimated H-index: 30
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Fredrik Brannstrom17
Estimated H-index: 17
Abstract
This paper investigate joint scheduling and power control for V2V multicast allowing multihop communication. The effects of both co-channel interference and adjacent channel interference are considered. First, we solve the problem with the objective of maximizing the throughput and connectivity of vehicles in the network. Then extend the same problem formulation to include the objective of minimizing the latency and the average age of information (AoI), which is the age of the latest received message. In order to account for fairness, we also show the problem formulation to maximize the worst-case throughput and connectivity. All the problems are formulated as mixed Boolean linear programming problems, which allows computation of optimal solutions. Furthermore, we consider the error probability of a link failure in all the problem formulations and accommodate the probability requirements for satisfying a certain throughput/connectivity/latency/AoI. In order to support a large V2V network, a clustering algorithm is proposed whose computational complexity scale well with the network size. To handle the case of zero channel information at the scheduler, a multihop distributed scheduling scheme is proposed.
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