Opportunistic spectrum sharing for D2D-based URLLC

Chu, Zheng and Yu, Wenjuan and Xiao, Pei and Zhou, Fuhui and Al-Dhahir, Naofal and Ul Quddus, Atta and Tafazolli, Rahim (2019) Opportunistic spectrum sharing for D2D-based URLLC. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 68 (9). pp. 8995-9006. ISSN 0018-9545

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Abstract

A device-to-device (D2D) ultra-reliable low latency communications network is investigated in this paper. Specifically, a D2D transmitter opportunistically accesses the radio resource provided by a cellular network and directly transmits short packets to its destination. A novel performance metric is adopted for finite block-length code. We quantify the maximum achievable rate for the D2D network, subject to a probabilistic interference power constraint based on imperfect channel state information. First, we perform a convexity analysis that reveals that the finite block-length rate for the D2D pair in short-packet transmission is not always concave. To address this issue, we propose two effective resource allocation schemes using the successive convex approximation based iterative algorithm. To gain more insights, we exploit the monotonicity of the average finite block-length rate. By capitalizing on this property, an optimal power control policy is proposed, followed by closed-form expressions and approximations for the optimal average power and the maximum achievable average rate in the finite block-length regime. Numerical results are provided to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed resource allocation schemes and validate the accuracy of the derived theoretical results.

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