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Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 November 2014 Interdigital CommunicationsSlide 1 Overhead Analysis for Simultaneous Downlink Transmissions Date: 2014-11-01 Authors:
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Abstract Downlink simultaneous transmissions is an important candidate technology in IEEE 802.11ax. Continuing our analysis in 1186r2, we perform a comparison of transmission overhead for downlink OFDMA, and DL MU-MIMO employing adaptive user selection and simultaneous ACK. We also perform a comparison of simultaneous ACK and staggered ACK signaling overhead for downlink OFDMA. Slide 2Interdigital Communications November 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Comparison Methodology Link level PER simulation results MU-MIMO: ZF transmit beamforming per subcarrier OFDMA/SU: Single user transmit beamforming per subcarrier PER curve (Nt x Nr x Nu): 4 x 1 x 1 (single user transmit beamforming), 4 x 1 x 2, 4 x 1 x 3, 4 x 1 x 4 (zero forcing transmit beamforming) Sum throughput comparison For each SNR point, consider the maximum sum throughput (per user throughput x number of users) satisfying PER<=1% Determine the TXOP duration by taking into account the MCS, as well as signaling overhead: BA, BAR, SIFS, DIFS, ACK, backoff, etc. Fixed packet size and same varying SNR for all users Slide 3Interdigital Communications September 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Analysis Parameters Four transmit antennas (AP), one receive antenna (STA) Control frame: MCS 0; Data frame: MCS 0~8 adaptive AMPDU aggregation: no; MSDU size: 36/1508 bytes  Number of simul. users: SU (1), OFDMA (4), MU-MIMO (1 ~ 4) MU-MIMO/SU Bandwidth: 20 MHz ( 52 data tones) OFDMA Bandwidth: 20 MHz total, 5 MHz (13 data tones) each user OFDMA/MU-MIMO: simultaneous ACK MU-MIMO: no impairments other than channel estimation noise, ideal user adaptation, no training/feedback overhead Slide 4Interdigital Communications September 2014 ParameterValue BA (bytes)32 BAR (bytes)24 ACK (bytes)14 ParameterValue DIFS ( s) 34 SIFS ( s) 16 Avg backoff ( s) 27
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Small Packet Throughput Analysis OFDMA is suitable for small packet size transmissions MU-MIMO is highly penalized due to large signaling overhead Slide 5Interdigital Communications November 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Large Packet Throughput Analysis MU-MIMO may provide certain gains More sensitive to channel impairments and user adaptation algo OFDMA may be combined with open-loop/closed-loop SU/MU-MIMO Slide 6Interdigital Communications November 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Different ACK Options Staggered ACK Also known as channel based ACK  Same as that for DL MU-MIMO in 802.11ac Baseline ACK scheme Simultaneous ACK Also known as subchannel based ACK  Multiple ACK transmitted simultaneously in the freq domain Each ACK occupies the same channel resource block as the data Slide 7 Interdigital Communications November 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 ACK Overhead Analysis for DL OFDMA Slide 8Interdigital Communications November 2014 Scheme ( 4 users)Overhead Staggered ACK 648 s Simultaneous ACK 128 s Significant throughput enhancement from simultaneous ACK Similarly, simultaneous ACK may be considered for DL MU-MIMO
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0 Conclusion DL MU-MIMO Suitable for large packets and high SNR May suffer from a large feedback overhead DL OFDMA Potential efficiency improvement over single user transmissions Suitable for small packet transmissions ACK Simultaneous ACK may reduce overhead and improve the throughput substantially Slide 9Interdigital Communications November 2014
Submission doc.: IEEE 802.11-14/1436r0November 2014 Pengfei Xia, Interdigital CommunicationsSlide 10 References 1.IEEE 802.11-14/0839r1, Discussion on OFDMA in IEEE 802.11ax, Jinsoo Ahn, July 2014. 2.IEEE 802.11-13/1382r0, Discussion on OFDMA in HEW, Jinsoo Choi et. al., November 2013. 3.IEEE 802.11-14/0804r1, Envisioning 11ax PHY Structure - Part I, Jinsoo Choi et. al., July 2014. 4.IEEE 802.11-14/0801r0, Envisioning 11ax PHY Structure - Part II, Jinsoo Choi et. al., July 2014. 5.IEEE 802.11-13/1395r2, Simultaneous Transmission Technologies for HEW, Koichi Ishihara et. al., November 2013. 6.IEEE 802.11-14/0571r3, Evaluation Methodology, Ron Porat et. al., July 2014. 7.G. Bianchi, Performance analysis of the IEEE 802.11 distributed coordination function, IEEE JSAC, vol. 18, no. 3, August 2000. 8.IEEE 802.11-14/0980r2, Simulation Scenarios, Simone Merlin et. al., July 2014. 9.IEEE 802.11-14/1211r0, ACK procedure for OFDMA, Yongho Seok et. al., September 2014. 10.IEEE 802.11-12/0103r0, Sequence detection for parallel ACK, T. Kim et. al., Jan. 2012. 11.IEEE 802.11-14/1186r2, Comparisons of Simultaneous Downlink Transmissions, P. Xia et. al., Sept. 2014.
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