Permutation-Based Transmissions in Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communications

Yang, Yuli (2021) Permutation-Based Transmissions in Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communications. IEEE Communications Letters, 25 (3). pp. 1024-1028. ISSN 1089-7798

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In this paper, a novel permutation-based transmission strategy is proposed to improve the goodput in wireless networks for achieving ultra-reliable and low-latency communications. The proposed scheme divides the application-layer data into two portions: the first one is conveyed by the permutation with repetition of various lengths in a group of packets rather than encapsulated into the packets, whilst the second portion is encapsulated into these packets to be physically delivered through network interface in the conventional way. The lengths of the packets used to deliver the second portion are determined by the first one. Thanks to the goodput gain attained by the permutation-conveyed application-layer data, the network congestion is alleviated, which leads to lower latency and/or less dropped packets. The validity of this transmission strategy is substantiated by the analysis in the metrics of goodput, latency, physical-layer throughput and secrecy rate within a design paradigm of short-packet communications.

Keywords:Application-layer data, Goodput, Latency, Physical-channel throughput, Secrecy rate
Subjects:H Engineering > H641 Telecommunications Engineering
H Engineering > H640 Communications Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
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Deposited On:04 Nov 2020 16:32

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