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Performance comparison of Modulation and Coding set for IEEE 802.

16m system

Document Number:
IEEE C802.16m­09/0555r3
Date Submitted:
2009­03­02
Source:
Hua Zhou, Shengbao Liang, Yuanrong Lan, Jie Zhang, 
Yuantao Zhang, Jinyin Xue, Jian Wang, Jun Tian                   Voice: +86­10­59691519
Fujitsu R&D Center. E­mail:  zhouhua@cn.fujitsu.com
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Call for comment on 802.16m amendment working document
Comment for the text of “Channel coding and HARQ”
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C802.16m­08_1425
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1
Introduction
• FEC&HARQ DG work out the draft proposal for nominal
modulation and coding set. But this MCS table is lack of
system level simulation result support.
• Without simulation results, we can not say how it works.
We would like to investigate the existing MCS candidate
on system level simulation.
• In other hand, 4-bit table or 5-bit table should also be
evaluated, considering LTE has 5-bit MCS table. We
might not close the MCS table size discussion until we
have enough simulation results.

2
Summary
• The simulation shows that two 4-bit MCS tables
have almost same performance. However,
Fujitsu’s proposal has a little gain over
contribution C802.16m-09_0510’s proposal.
• Going beyond that, we simulate LTE 5-bit MCS
table, which can bring 20+% throughput and
coverage gain over 16E 11-level MCS table. In
order to achieve higher performance, it’s
worthwhile having 5-bit MCS table as candidate.
• We propose not to conclude MCS table before
we have more simulation, for example, with
bigger size MCS table and with CL SU/MU-
MIMO scenario.
3
Simulation results
• System level simulation
 MCS table
Sector Throughput (Mbps) User Coverage 5%(bps/Hz)

MIMO (2x2) MIMO(4x4) MIMO (2x2) MIMO(4x4)

16e MCS table (11­level) 14.1 24.1 0.027 0.049

Fujitsu’s MCS table (16­level) 15.7 (11.3%) 26.6 (10.3%) 0.032 (18.5%) 0.054 (10.2%)

C802.16m­09_0510’s MCS table  15.5 26.4 0.032 0.054


(16­level)

LTE MCS table (5­bit) 17.2 (22.0%) N/A 0.037 (37.0%) N/A

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C802.16m-09_0510’s proposal
MCS index Modulation Code rate

‘0000’ QPSK 31/256

‘0001’ QPSK 48/256

‘0010’ QPSK 71/256

‘0011’ QPSK 101/256

‘0100’ QPSK 135/256

‘0101’ QPSK 171/256

‘0110’ 16QAM 102/256

‘0111’ 16QAM 128/256

‘1000’ 16QAM 155/256

‘1001’ 16QAM 184/256

‘1010’ 64QAM 135/256

‘1011’ 64QAM 157/256

‘1100’ 64QAM 181/256

‘1101’ 64QAM 205/256

‘1110’ 64QAM 225/256

‘1111’ 64QAM 237/256

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Fujitsu’s proposal

MCS Index Code Rate Mod Order Spectral Efficiency

0 0.1333 2 0.2667

1 0.2174 2 0.4348

2 0.3448 2 0.6897

3 0.4762 2 0.9524
4 0.6000 2 1.2000
5 0.3157 4 1.2632
6 0.4167 4 1.6667
7 0.4848 4 1.9394
8 0.5556 4 2.2222
9 0.6250 4 2.5000
10 0.7142 4 2.8571
11 0.5000 6 3.0000
12 0.6111 6 3.6667
13 0.7037 6 4.2222
14 0.8000 6 4.8000
15 0.9048 6 5.4286
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Simulation parameter settings
Parameters Values
Bandwidth 10 MHz
FFT size 1024
Carrier frequency 2.5 GHz
Subframe structure 18x6 CRU, according to the latest revision of IEEE 80216m­08/003r6
Channel Model TU channel
Mobile speed 3 km/h
Antenna configuration 2x2, 4x4
Receiver algorithm MMSE
Channel coding & modulation 16e 11 MCS & new MCS & LTE 29­level MCS

Channel estimation Perfect channel estimation

Synchronous HARQ with Chase Combining, Retransmission delay = 8 TTI with maximum 3 
HARQ scheme
retransmissions and initial target PER of 10%

CQI feedback period and delay Every 8 TTI

Scheduling method PF

Cell to cell distance  500m

BTS power 46dbm

Shadow fading  8dB

UE noise figure 9dB

Link adaptation method RBIR for MMSE receiver and SISO 7
Proposed MCS table text for IEEE
802.16m AWD
• 15.x.1.3

– Table 15.x.1-1 MCS table for downlink and uplink


data channel [TBD]