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# Thesis Supervisor Group Members

## Dr Md. Farhad Hossain  Shahriar Sabrir Khan (1006014)

 Asif Ahmed Khan (1006032)
Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
 Motivation
 Thesis Contribution
 System Model
 Simulation Setup
 CDF Analysis
 Outage Probability Analysis
 Throughput Analysis
 Conclusion
 Future Opportunities
 References
DAS – One Base Station (BS),
Many Dispersed Antennas
 Antenna elements (AEs) remotely
dispersed
 Connected to base station through fiber-
optic cable or wireless
 Base station controls resource allocation
(a) Centralized Antenna System
(b) Distributed Antenna system
Why Distributed Antenna System (DAS)?

## • Decreases statistical distance of user elements (UEs) to

serving antenna element (AE)
• Better service to cell edge UEs
• Higher Capacity
• Lower Outage Probability
• Lower Power Requirement
• Greater chance of line of sight (LOS) transmission
Why Stochastic Geometry?

## • Cellular network parameters are

inherently random
• Better analyzed using probabilistic
models
• Stochastic geometry is perfect to
model randomness of network layout
•Allows for mathematically tractable
and practical analysis
Research Trends in DAS

## Uniform distribution of UEs

Equally spaced AEs in circular or hexagonal cell
Random Spatial distribution of AEs with Poisson Point Process
Outage Probability and Capacity analysis
Rural
Area
Is UE distribution truly uniform?

 NO!
Suburban
 Denser around population centers
Area
 Markets, Commercial areas etc.
 Tails off towards suburban and rural
Urban
regions Residential
 Non-uniform UE distribution should be
considered
Area
 Can be modeled as Gaussian
Distribution over the terrain
Commercial Area
Considered Gaussian Distributed Non-Uniform UE Distribution

## Outage Probability Analysis

Throughput Analysis
Distribution of parameters

##  Poisson Point Process (PPP)

 Homogeneous PPP for Uniform
Distribution
 Inhomogeneous PPP for Non-
uniform Distribution
 Voronoi Tessellation to model
cells
Poisson Point Process (PPP)

## The random number of points of Ψ in  Independently scattered

a bounded set 𝑨 ⊂ ℝ𝟐 has a Poisson points
distribution of mean 𝛬 𝑨  Inherently random process

## 𝒎  Density of points depends on

𝚲 𝐀 parameter
𝑷 𝚿 𝐀 =𝒎 = 𝐞𝐱𝐩(−𝚲 𝐀 )
𝐦!  Can be homogeneous or
inhomogeneous
Homogeneous Poisson Point Process

𝚲 𝐀 𝒎
𝑷 𝚿 𝐀 = 𝒎 = 𝐞𝐱𝐩(−𝚲 𝐀 )
𝐦!
 Density measure for homogeneous
PPP with intensity λ,

𝚲 𝐀 = 𝛌|𝑨|
 Uniform distribution of points over
the space with intensity λ
Inhomogeneous Poisson Point Process
𝚲 𝐀 𝒎
𝑷 𝚿 𝐀 =𝒎 = 𝐞𝐱𝐩(−𝚲 𝐀 )
𝐦!
 Density measure for inhomogeneous PPP
with intensity function λ(y),
𝜦 𝑨 = න 𝝀 𝒚 𝒅𝒚

##  Non-uniform distribution of points

 Modeled as Gaussian Distribution over
the terrain
 Intensity function in this case:
𝒏 |𝒚 − 𝝁|𝟐
𝝀 𝒚 = 𝟐
𝒆𝒙𝒑(− 𝟐
)
𝟐𝝅𝝈 𝟐𝝈
Six Network Layouts

No DAS No DAS

## Uniform BS with Non-Uniform BS with

Uniform DAS Non-Uniform DAS

## Uniform BS with Non- Non-Uniform BS with

Uniform DAS Uniform DAS
Network Layouts

Network Layouts

Network Layouts

## Uniform BS with Non-Uniform DAS Non-Uniform BS with Uniform DAS

LTE with OFDM
 Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing (OFDM)
 OFDM symbols are grouped into
Resource Blocks (RBs)
 180 kHz in the frequency domain
and 0.5ms in the time domain.
 Universal Frequency Reuse
assumed
 One RB available for each UE
 No intra-cell interference
Path Loss Model
 WINNER+ Non Line of Sight (NLOS) urban macro-cell path-loss model

## 𝐏𝐋 = 𝟒𝟒. 𝟗 − 𝟔. 𝟓𝟓 𝐥𝐨𝐠 𝟏𝟎 𝐡𝐁𝐒 𝐥𝐨𝐠 𝟏𝟎 𝐝 + 𝟓. 𝟖𝟑 𝐥𝐨𝐠 𝟏𝟎 𝐡𝐁𝐒 + 𝟏𝟒. 𝟕𝟖 + 𝟑𝟒. 𝟗𝟕 𝐥𝐨𝐠 𝟏𝟎 𝐟𝐜

 For ℎ𝐵𝑆 = ℎ𝐴𝐸 = 25𝑚, 𝑓𝑐 = 2𝐺𝐻𝑧
𝑷𝑳 = 𝟏𝟑𝟖. 𝟒 + 𝟑𝟓. 𝟕𝟒 𝒍𝒐𝒈𝟏𝟎 𝒅
 𝒅is distance in km.

Thermal Noise
 Johnson-Nyquistequationfor Thermal Noise
𝑷𝑵 = −𝟏𝟕𝟑. 𝟖 + 𝟏𝟎 𝒍𝒐𝒈𝟏𝟎 𝑩𝑾
 BW is the system Bandwidth
Parameter Value Parameter Value
Area Threshold SINR, 11.1dB
Carrier Frequency 2GHz 384kbps
Channel BW per 5MHz (25 RBs) BS Density per km2
Cell DAS Density per km2
Transmit Power per 20W Variance of AE 15
BS Distribution
Transmit Power per 0.8W Variance of UE 15
RB Distribution
Threshold SINR, -4.1dB Mean Total Number 188
64kbps of BSs
Threshold SINR, 7.9dB Mean Total Number 2740
384kbps of AEs
 Total no of points in inhomogeneous distributions is equal to the
total no of points in homogeneous distributionsfor fair comparison.
 Mean total no of points were calculated with

𝜦 𝑨 = න 𝝀 𝒚 𝒅𝒚

 Threshold SINR is -4.1dB, 7.9dB and 11.1dB for 64kbps, 384kbps
and 512kbps service classes respectively
 Monte Carlo Simulation Method was used
 Selective Transmission Scheme: UEs connect to closest AE
SINR
 Signal to Interference and Noise Ratio,

𝑷𝒊,𝒖
𝜰𝒊,𝒖 =
𝓘𝒊𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒓
𝒊,𝒖 + 𝓘 𝒊𝒏𝒕𝒓𝒂
𝒊,𝒖 + 𝓟𝑵

##  No intra-cell interference due to OFDM

Outage Probability
 Probability of UE receiving a SINR lower than the threshold SINR
 For a threshold SINR Υth , Outage Probability of a UE,

𝑷𝒐𝒖𝒕
𝒊,𝒖 = 𝑷{𝜰𝒊,𝒖 ≤ 𝜰𝒕𝒉 }

##  Network-wide average of all UEs for Overall Outage Probability

Throughput
 Calculated by Shannon Capacity Theory

## 𝑻𝒉𝒓𝒐𝒖𝒈𝒉𝒑𝒖𝒕 = 𝑩𝑾 ∗ 𝒍𝒐𝒈𝟐 𝟏 + 𝜰𝒊,𝒖

 Averaged for the UEs who are under coverage
CDF of Distance from Serving AE

##  Near identical performance for

networks with DAS
 Range 0-1.6km for networks without
DAS
 Range 0-0.6km for networks with
DAS
 Significantly lower service distances
for networks with DAS
CDF of SINR

##  Near identical performance for

networks with DAS
 Range -58dB to 77dB for networks
without DAS
 Range -52dB to 128dB for
networks with DAS
 Network with Non-Uniform BS and
Non-Uniform DAS performs best
Varying Threshold SINR
 Networks without DAS give almost
identical results
 70% Outage for threshold SINR of
11.1 dB
 Networks with DAS perform
better
 24-30% Outage Probability
 Non-Uniform BS with Non-Uniform
DAS produces best output
 Only 24% Outage for 11.1 dB
threshold SINR
Varying BS Density

##  Nearly constant for traditional BS

networks
 Increases for networks with DAS
 Smaller distances from interfering
AEs
 Increased interference supersedes
 Network with Non-Uniformly
distributed BSs and DAS has smaller
service distance and hence lowest
Outage Probability
Varying AE Density of DAS

##  Outage performance remains

constant for networks without DAS
 For networks with DAS Outage
decreases with increased AE
density
 Due to smaller statistical service
distances, high SINR
 For AE density 15 per km2, DAS
outage
 Network with Non-Uniform BS and
Non-Uniform DAS performs best
(64kbps Class)

##  Outage increases in all cases

 Some UEs go into Outage and some
come out of Outage due to increased
 Most of the users are above threshold
due to smaller threshold SINR
 Greater probability to face Outage
 Networks with DAS perform better
 Combination of Non-Uniform BS and
Non-Uniform DAS yields best results
(384kbps Class)
 Outage increases in networks with
DAS
 Outage decreases in networks
without DAS
 Some UEs Go into Outage and some
come out of Outage due to fading
parameter increase
 More UEs go into Outage for DAS
 More UEs Come out of Outage for
networks Without DAS
 Combination of Non-Uniform BS and
Non-Uniform DAS yields best results
(512kbps Class)
 Outage increases in networks with
DAS
 Outage Decreases in Networks
without DAS
 Same mechanism as 384kbps class
 More Users Go into Outage for DAS
 More Users Come out of Outage for
Networks Without DAS
 DAS network models are robust
 Combination of Non-Uniform BS and
DAS Yields Best Results
Varying Threshold SINR
 Networks with DAS perform much
better than networks without DAS
 Networks with DAS and Non-Uniform
BS give highest Throughput
 Initially Throughput increases with
threshold SINR
 After a certain threshold SINR,
Throughput decreases
 Non-Uniform BS distributions
produce higher Throughput due to
 High SINR is due to lower service
distances from nearest AE densely
populated region
Varying AE Density of DAS

##  Initially, all networks are without DAS

 Throughput increases with AE
density
 Networks with Non-Uniform
distributions perform better
 Higher SINR due to smaller distances
from serving AE
 AE density of 15 per km2 yields a
33% increase in Throughput
Varying BS Density

##  Interfering AE distance increases with

BS density
gain due to shorter service AE
distance
 SINR and Throughput decreases
 Networks with Non-Uniform BS exhibit
highest Throughput
(64kbps)

##  Throughput increases with shadow

 Throughput of UEs going into Outage
not counted
 Only UEs under coverage contribute
to average Throughput
 Plots almost linear for σ>6dB
(384kbps)

##  Throughput increases with shadow

 Throughput of UEs going into Outage
not counted
 Only UEs under coverage contribute
to Throughput
 Plots almost linear for σ>6dB
(512kbps)

##  Throughput increases with shadow

 Throughput of UEs going into Outage
not counted
 Only UEs under coverage contribute
to Throughput
 Plots almost linear for σ>6dB
 The proposed model is well-suited for Non-Uniformly
distributed UEs
 Exhibits remarkable performance gains over traditional
systems
Significant reduction of Outage
Notable increase in Throughput
Robustness against varying network conditions

##  DAS is conducive to LTE

 Constructing analytical model of inhomogeneous
network layout with DAS
 Designing optimum network layout
 QoS analysis and maximization considering Non-
Uniform UEs
 Integrating thinning processes e.g. Matern
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