Impact Of Quantized Side Information On Subchannel Scheduling For Cellular V2x

2018 IEEE 87TH VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE (VTC SPRING)(2018)

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In Release 14, 3GPP completed a first version of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communications wherein two modalities were introduced. One of these schemes, known as mode-3, requires support from eNodeBs in order to realize subchannel scheduling. This paper discusses a graph theoretical approach for semi-persistent scheduling (SPS) in mode-3 harnessing a sensing mechanism whereby vehicles can monitor signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) levels across sidelink subchannels. eNodeBs request such measurements from vehicles and utilize them to accomplish suitable subchannel assignments. However, since SINR values-herein also referred to as side information-span a wide range, quantization is required. We conclude that 3 bits per vehicle every 100 ms can provide sufficient granularity to maintain appropriate performance without severe degradation. Furthermore, the proposed algorithm is compared against pseudo-random and greedy SPS algorithms.
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cellular V2X, semi-persistent scheduling, safety applications
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