Leaky-Wave Antennas for 5G/B5G Mobile Communication Systems: A Survey

Release Date:2020-09-28  Author:HE Yejun, JIANG Jiachun, ZHANG Long, LI Wenting, WONG Sai-Wai, DENG Wei, CHI Baoyong  Click:

Leaky-Wave Antennas for 5G/B5G Mobile Communication Systems: A Survey

HE Yejun1, JIANG Jiachun1, ZHANG Long1, LI Wenting1, WONG Sai-Wai1, DENG Wei2, CHI Baoyong2
(1. College of Electronics and Information Engineering, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen 518060, China;
2. Institute of Microelectronics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China )

Abstract: This paper investigates an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-assisted mobile edge computing (MEC) network with ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC), in which a UAV acts as an aerial edge server to collect information from a set of sensors and send the processed data (e.g., command signals) to the corresponding actuators. In particular, we focus on the round-trip URLLC from the sensors to the UAV and to the actuators in the network. By considering the finite block-length codes, our objective is to minimize the maximum end-to-end packet error rate (PER) of these sensor-actuator pairs, by jointly optimizing the UAV’s placement location and transmitting power allocation, as well as the users’ block-length allocation, subject to the UAV’s sum transmitting power constraint and the total block-length constraint. Although the maximum-PER minimization problem is non-convex and difficult to be optimally solved, we obtain a high-quality solution to this problem by using the technique of alternating optimization. Numerical results show that our proposed design achieves significant performance gains over other benchmark schemes without the joint optimization.
Keywords: UAV; MEC; URLLC; placement optimization; resource allocation

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