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학술지 Performance Analysis of Distributed Antenna System for Downlink Ultrareliable Low-Latency Communications
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IEEE Systems Journal, v.15 no.1, pp.518-525
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In this article, we consider a distributed antenna system to enable the downlink ultrareliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) for the industrial Internet of Things. To satisfy the low latency, the short packet length is exploited and accordingly, the achievable rate under the finite blocklength codes is considered in the analysis of the packet loss probability in downlink URLLC distributed antenna system. Specifically, the packet loss probability is approximated as a sum of the channel OP and the finite blocklength coding error probability. By using a stochastic geometry approach, we analytically derive the packet loss probability in terms of the system parameters (i.e., the densities of the DA ports and the receiving sensor nodes, the number of receive antennas, and the packet size/duration, etc.), when the sensor nodes and the DA ports are randomly distributed in a given area. From the analytic results, we show how to optimize the short blocklength coding error probability to minimize the overall packet loss probability. Furthermore, we also derive the required DA port density to satisfy the packet loss probability constraint for a given distributed antenna system parameters, which gives us a useful insight into the design of downlink distributed antenna system for URLLC.
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Achievable rate, Internet of thing(IoT), Low latency, Packet length, Packet loss probability, Packet size, Performance analysis, Probability constraint, Receiving sensor, Sensor node, Stochastic geometry