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Scheduling and Power Control for V2V Broadcast Communications with Adjacent Channel Interference

Anver Hisham (Institutionen för elektroteknik, Kommunikationssystem) ; Erik G. Ström (Institutionen för elektroteknik, Kommunikationssystem) ; Fredrik Brännström (Institutionen för elektroteknik, Kommunikationssystem) ; Li Yan (Institutionen för elektroteknik, Kommunikationssystem)
Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2017)
[Artikel, refereegranskad vetenskaplig]

This paper investigates how to mitigate the impact of adjacent channel interference (ACI) on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) broadcast communication by scheduling and power control. The optimal joint scheduling and power control problem, with the objective to maximize the number of connected vehicles, is formulated as a mixed integer programming problem with a linear objective and a quadratic constraint. From the joint formulation, we derive (a) the optimal scheduling problem for fixed transmit powers as a Boolean linear programming problem and (b) the optimal power control problem for a fixed schedule as a mixed integer linear programming problem. Near-optimal schedules and power values can, for smaller instances of the problem, be computed by solving first (a) and then (b). To handle larger instances of the problem, we propose heuristic scheduling and power control algorithms with reduced computational complexity. Simulation results indicate that the heuristic scheduling algorithm yields significant performance improvements compared to the baseline block-interleaver scheduler and that performance is further improved by the heuristic power control algorithm. Moreover, the heuristic algorithms perform close to the near-optimal scheme for small instances of the problem.



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