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doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 2 Abstract In this presentation, we propose the burst allocation (burst mapping) method for WRAN system, which is related to DS and US MAP design. In order to develop the best burst allocation method, several features should be considered as follows, Required bit size of DS/US-MAP IE Time diversity gain Decoding latency till delivering to MAC A bundle of 7 OFDMA symbols for US burst Contention-based burst in US (Ranging/BW Request/UCS notification, CBP)
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 3 Required Bit Size of DS/US-MAP IE The linear allocation only needs to define the length of the burst, on the other hand, the rectangular allocation needs to define the start point and end point of the burst. Though, in case of linear allocation, a CPE (or a BS) should trace the history of the length for foregoing CPEs, it may not a big burden to each CPE. In the point of the required bit size, a linear allocation is more fascinating than a rectangular allocation.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 4 Time Diversity Gain If the terminal has a high mobility, such as e, we have to consider the diversity effect in the time direction. In that case, it is desirable to allocate the burst in the time direction first (i.e., linear-horizontal scheme). However, in the case of fixed WRAN system, it seems that there is no rationale to follow the allocation method same as e. For WRAN system, it is possible to allocate the burst in the frequency direction first (i.e., linear-vertical scheme) without any deterioration.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 5 Decoding Latency till Delivering to MAC To minimize the decoding latency as much as possible –Allocate the burst using the linear-vertical scheme –Or allocate the burst using the rectangular scheme so that it occupy a reasonable time and frequency area When the burst is allocated using the linear-horizontal scheme in the time direction first using only length, the decoding latency could be drastically increased, particularly in the downstream in which more OFDM symbols could be allocated.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 6 Worse Case of Decoding Latency For Burst 2 of DS sub-frame, though the length of burst is small, the decoding latency is large.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 7 A Bundle of 7 OFDMA Symbols for US Burst In upstream, the number of OFDMA symbols allocated to a CPE needs to be at least 7 to access sufficient pilot carriers for best channel estimation. Therefore, each row of the subchannels within the burst should include at least 7 OFDMA symbols. In case that US sub-frame contains 7 to 13 OFDMA symbols, all OFDMA symbols can be included to only one burst. In case that US sub-frame contains more than 14 OFDMA symbols, the OFDMA symbols can be divided into several burst.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 8 Hybrid Burst Mapping in Upstream To reduce the decoding latency, the burst should be allocated by the bundle of 7 OFDMA symbols. On the other hand, if a CPE needs to transmit at maximum EIRP, the coverage of CPE will be larger if it uses more OFDMA symbols in time and less subchannels in frequency so that the power per subchannel can be maximized. So we propose the hybrid burst mapping as follows, –For latency-sensitive burst, the burst will be allocated in terms of at least 7 OFDMA symbols width –For power-sensitive burst, the burst will be allocated in full width of US sub-frame. In hybrid burst mapping, the type of Diversity subchannel can be identified by using 2 bits in US-MAP IE.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 9 Segmentation for Latency-Sensitive Burst An US sub-frame can be divided into several segment in terms of at least 7 OFDMA symbols width. Each burst can be defined within the segment. If the total OFDMA symbols within US sub-frame excluding CBP packet are not divided into 7, total_OFDMA_symbols % 7 are included to the last segment. –If the total OFDMA symbols within US sub-frame excluding CBP packet are X, then X = 7*Y+Z=7*(Y-1)+(7+Z), here, Z<7. Thus, there are (Y-1) segment with 7 OFDMA symbols width and 1 segment with (7+Z) OFDMA symbols width in the time direction. The segments are sequentially located from left to right in the time direction. –For example, if the total number of OFDMA symbols of US sub-frame excluding CBP packet (X) are 16, there are 1 segment with 7 OFDMA symbols width and 1 segment with 9 OFDMA symbols width in the time direction.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 10 Contention-Based Burst in US A rectangular burst would be allocated for the function of Ranging, BW Request, and UCS notification At the end of US sub-frame, the CBP packet would be transmitted for self-coexistence with rectangular shape
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 11 Proposed Partition of Subchannel Zone AMC and Diversity zones are divided in the frequency domain with the rectangular shape. After identifying the AMC zone using DS-MAP, the rest excluding the AMC zone is assigned to the Diversity zone. The AMC subchannel starts from the next OFDMA symbol of the FCH, DS/US-MAP, and DCD/UCD. –The CPE have to know the range of AMC subchannel from the DS-MAP. If AMC subchannel start from the following the preamble symbol, the CPE would not know the information on subcarrier de-allocation of Diversity subchanel, at least for the first frame within superframe. The rest subchannel(s) in the header field will be allocated to the Diversity subchannel for data transmission.
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 12 Partition of Subchannel Zone (Cont’d)
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 13 Proposed Burst Structure (In case that US sub-frame contains 7 to 13 OFDMA symbols)
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 14 Proposed Burst Structure (In case that US sub-frame contains more than 14 OFDMA symbols)
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 15 Proposed Modification of US-MAP IE
doc.: IEEE r1 Submission June 2007 Chang-Joo Kim, ETRISlide 16 Conclusions We propose to use only length (i.e., linear scheme) for DS and US burst allocation. For Diversity subchannel, the DS and US burst are allocated by using linear-vertical scheme and linear- horizontal scheme within burst, respectively. For AMC subchannel, the DS and US burst are allocated by using linear-vertical scheme within burst. We propose the hybrid burst mapping for both latency- sensitive and power-sensitive burst. Each upstream burst has to contain at least 7 OFDMA symbols at each row of subchannel.