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LTE Device-to-Device Out-of-Coverage Communication with Frequency Hopping Resource Scheduling Performance Metrics Evaluation Data

Contact: Fernando Cintron..
Identifier: doi:10.18434/T4/1502506
Version: 1.0...

Description

This dataset represents the results from conducted simulations to evaluate the performance of Device-to-Device (D2D) communications in LTE when the User Equipment (UEs) are operating in UE-scheduled mode (Mode 2) with frequency hopping enabled. Different scenarios were simulated and communication performance was evaluated for each frequency hopping scheme defined in the LTE standard. The communication performance metrics include the successful transmission-reception ratio of transport blocks (TBs) at the physical layer, and the probability mass funciton (PMF) of consecutive TBs lost. Simulations were run multiple times with different random variable seeds, therefore, the mean and standard deviation of each metric is reported.
Research Topics: Advanced Communications: Wireless (RF), Public Safety: Public safety communications research    
Subject Keywords: D2D communication, transport block success ratio (received/transmitted), PMF of transport block consecutive losses (loss spurt).    

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Version: 1.0...
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Fernando Cintron (2018), LTE Device-to-Device Out-of-Coverage Communication with Frequency Hopping Resource Scheduling Performance Metrics Evaluation Data, National Institute of Standards and Technology, https://doi.org/10.18434/T4/1502506 (Accessed 2022-09-28)
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