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Analysis of Vehicular Wireless Channel Communication via Queueing Theory Model

S. Fowler C. Haan D. Yuan G. Baradish A. Mellouk 1
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Abstract : The 4G standard Long Term Evolution (LTE) has been developed for high-bandwidth mobile access for today's data-heavy applications, consequently, a better experience for the end user. Since cellular communication is ready available, LTE communication has been designed to work at high speeds for vehicular communication. The challenge is that the protocols in LTE/LTE-Advanced should not only provide good packet delivery but also adapt to changes in the network topology due to vehicle volume and vehicular mobility. It is a critical requirement to ensure a seamless quality of experience ranging from safety to relieving congestion as deployment of LTE/LTE-Advanced become common. This requires learning how to improve the LTE/LTE-Advanced model to better appeal to a wider base and move toward additional solutions. In this paper we present a feasibility analysis for performing vehicular communication via a queueing theory approach based on a multi-server queue using real LTE traffic. A M/M/m model is employed to evaluate the probability that a vehicle finds all channels busy, as well as to derive the expected waiting times and the expected number of channel switches. Also, when a base station (eNB) becomes overloaded with a single-hop, a multi-hop rerouting optimization approach is presented.
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S. Fowler, C. Haan, D. Yuan, G. Baradish, A. Mellouk. Analysis of Vehicular Wireless Channel Communication via Queueing Theory Model. Proc. Of the IEEE International Conference on Communications, ICC 2014, 2014, Sydney, Australia. pp.1736-1741. ⟨hal-01567543⟩

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