Local forwarding relaying mode usage model
IEEE 802.16 Presentation Submission Template (Rev. 9)
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Concept of Relay
Concept of local forwarding relaying
Advantages for local forwarding relaying
Loc...
Concept of Relay
Aiming at developing relay based on IEEE 802.16e, to gain:
• Coverage extension
• Throughput enhancement
...
Concept of local forwarding relaying
1. Local forwarding relaying procedure is
centralized controlled by the BS
2. Data tr...
Concept of local forwarding relaying
3. Data transfer can go through multiple RSs
in multi-hop relay system
BS

Data trans...
Advantages for local forwarding relaying
1. Bandwidth efficiency
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Government applications
Military applications
Civi...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 1:
Government Application
1. Public safety for
land mobile vehicle
2. Combine 802.16
t...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 2:
Government Application

Public service/safety
between main island and
small offshor...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 3:
Military Application
1. Mobile user (e.g. soldier) communicates with
another mobile...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 4:
Emergency/Recovery Situation
1. For emergency/recovery situation
Nomadic
RS

BS

MS...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 5:
Civilian Application: an office or factory
1. Two users are located inside the same...
Local forwarding relaying scenarios 6:
Civilian Application: among different RS cells
1. Two users are located inside the ...
Summary
1. Six scenarios for local forwarding relaying
mode are proposed in this contribution.
2. We suggest adopting the ...
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IEEE 80216j-06/015
IEEE S80216j-06/201r1
IEEE S80216j-06/201r3
IEEE C80216m-09/0373
IEEE C80216n...
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    1. 1. Local forwarding relaying mode usage model IEEE 802.16 Presentation Submission Template (Rev. 9) Document Number: IEEE C802.16nrr-09/009r5 Date Submitted: 2009-03-11 Source: Yi-Hsueh Tsai, Chih-Hsun (Anthony) Chou Emerging Smart Technology Institute, Institute for Information Industry 5F., No. 133, Sec. 4, Minsheng E. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan Kanchei (Ken) Loa Networks and Multimedia Institute , Institute for Information Industry Whai-En Chen National Ilan University (NIU) Yung-Ting Lee, Hua-Chiang Yin Coiler Voice: E-mail: +886-2-27136682 lucas@iii.org.tw Voice: E-mail: +886-2-66000100 loa@iii.org.tw E-mail: wechen@niu.edu.tw E-mail: yungting.lee@coiler.com.tw Venue: 802.16 session #60 Base Contribution: N/A Purpose: To present the local forwarding relaying mode model, which is of interest for NRR Notice: This document does not represent the agreed views of the IEEE 802.16 Working Group or any of its subgroups. It represents only the views of the participants listed in the “Source(s)” field above. It is offered as a basis for discussion. It is not binding on the contributor(s), who reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor grants a free, irrevocable license to the IEEE to incorporate material contained in this contribution, and any modifications thereof, in the creation of an IEEE Standards publication; to copyright in the IEEE’s name any IEEE Standards publication even though it may include portions of this contribution; and at the IEEE’s sole discretion to permit others to reproduce in whole or in part the resulting IEEE Standards publication. The contributor also acknowledges and accepts that this contribution may be made public by IEEE 802.16. Patent Policy: The contributor is familiar with the IEEE-SA Patent Policy and Procedures: <http://standards.ieee.org/guides/bylaws/sect6-7.html#6> and <http://standards.ieee.org/guides/opman/sect6.html#6.3>. Further information is located at <http://standards.ieee.org/board/pat/pat-material.html> and <http://standards.ieee.org/board/pat >.
    2. 2. Content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Concept of Relay Concept of local forwarding relaying Advantages for local forwarding relaying Local forwarding relaying scenarios Summary
    3. 3. Concept of Relay Aiming at developing relay based on IEEE 802.16e, to gain: • Coverage extension • Throughput enhancement Mobile Access RS Multihop Relay Coverage hole RS RS Penetration into inside room Shadow of buildings RS Coverage extension to isolated area RS BS RS RS RS Coverage extension at cell edge RS Valley between buildings Acronym: BS: Base Station RS: Relay Station Underground Source: 16j TG, IEEE 80216j-06_015
    4. 4. Concept of local forwarding relaying 1. Local forwarding relaying procedure is centralized controlled by the BS 2. Data traffic transfer only passes through RS MMR-BS Data transmissions Control transmissions RS-1 RS-2 RS-3 MS-2 MS-1 MS-3 Source: IEEE S80216j-06/201r1
    5. 5. Concept of local forwarding relaying 3. Data transfer can go through multiple RSs in multi-hop relay system BS Data transmissions Control transmissions RS-1 RS-2 RS-3 MS-2 MS-1 MS-3 Source: IEEE S80216j-06/201r1
    6. 6. Advantages for local forwarding relaying 1. Bandwidth efficiency – – – Government applications Military applications Civilian applications 2. End-to-end delay minimization – – – Real-time applications (voice, video, …) Public safety applications (vehicle safety issue) Government applications (public safety for land mobile vehicle, public services between main island and small off-shore islands)
    7. 7. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 1: Government Application 1. Public safety for land mobile vehicle 2. Combine 802.16 technology with 802.11p to guaranty vehicle safety at the road intersection 3. High security, protection, and reliable network is required Park Gas Station School 802.16nrr RS Bar 802.16 802.11p Gas Station 802.16 Building Hospital Building Warehouse Factory
    8. 8. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 2: Government Application Public service/safety between main island and small offshore islands: BS 1. Public services: voice, video, files transfer Hospital 2. Publics safety: surveillance, emergency service RS Southeastern coast of Taiwan RS MS2 SS RS Orchid Island MS1
    9. 9. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 3: Military Application 1. Mobile user (e.g. soldier) communicates with another mobile user within the same squad/platoon RS BS Source: 16j TG, IEEE S80216j-06/201r3
    10. 10. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 4: Emergency/Recovery Situation 1. For emergency/recovery situation Nomadic RS BS MS1 MS2 Source: IEEE S80216j-06/201r3
    11. 11. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 5: Civilian Application: an office or factory 1. Two users are located inside the same RS converge 2. Radio resource efficiency can be improved since data doesn’t need to be transferred to the BS RS BS MS1 MS2 Source: 16j TG, IEEE S80216j-06/201r3
    12. 12. Local forwarding relaying scenarios 6: Civilian Application: among different RS cells 1. Two users are located inside the same multi-hop relay coverage but different relays’ coverage RS RS RS BS MS2 MS1 Source: 16j TG, IEEE S80216j-06/201r3
    13. 13. Summary 1. Six scenarios for local forwarding relaying mode are proposed in this contribution. 2. We suggest adopting the proposed local forwarding relaying scenario 3. In order to enhance the scenarios and features for local forwarding relaying mode, future studies are necessary
    14. 14. Reference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. IEEE 80216j-06/015 IEEE S80216j-06/201r1 IEEE S80216j-06/201r3 IEEE C80216m-09/0373 IEEE C80216nrr-09/006

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