ETRI-Knowledge Sharing Plaform



논문 검색
구분 SCI
연도 ~ 키워드


학술지 Resource Allocation Scheme for Millimeter Wave-Based WPANs Using Directional Antennas
Cited 28 time in scopus Download 3 time Share share facebook twitter linkedin kakaostory
김미정, 김용선, 이우용
ETRI Journal, v.36 no.3, pp.385-395
한국전자통신연구원 (ETRI)
In this paper, we consider a resource allocation scheme for millimeter wave-based wireless personal area networks using directional antennas. This scheme involves scheduling the reservation period of medium access control for IEEE 802.15.3c. Objective functions are considered to minimize the average delay and maximize throughput; and two scheduling algorithms-namely, MInMax concurrent transmission and MAxMin concurrent transmission-Are proposed to provide a suboptimal solution to each objective function. These are based on an exclusive region and two decision rules that determine the length of reservation times and the transmission order of groups. Each group consists of flows that are concurrently transmittable via spatial reuse. The algorithms appropriately apply two decision rules according to their objectives. A real video trace is used for the numerical results, which show that the proposed algorithms satisfy their objectives. They outperform other schemes on a range of measures, showing the effect of using a directional antenna. The proposed scheme efficiently supports variable bit rate traffic during the reservation period, reducing resource waste. © 2014 ETRI.
KSP 제안 키워드
Allocation scheme, Average delay, Concurrent transmission, Decision rules, Directional Antenna, IEEE 802.15.3c, Medium Access Control, Numerical results, Scheduling algorithm, Variable-bit-rate(VBR), Wireless personal area network(WPAN)