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Neighbor Discovery Scheme based on Spatial Correlation of Wireless Channel
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Neighbor Discovery Scheme based on Spatial Correlation of Wireless Channel
Lee, Woongsup;
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Recently, device-to-device (D2D) communication has been considered as key technology for future cellular system, because it can solve the problem of excessive data traffic increment and can also provide new communication services. Herein, we propose new neighbor discovery for D2D communication and examine its performance. Our proposed scheme is proximity beacon based discovery in which wireless resource for pilot transmission is assigned based on the spatial correlation of wireless channel and sensing period is adjusted according to target accuracy such that power consumption can be reduced. The performance of our propose scheme is analyzed mathematically and verified through computer simulations.
Neighbor discovery;Spatial correlation;D2D communication;Cellular system;Pilot transmission;
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