Dynamic-TDD Interference Tractability Approaches and Performance Analysis in Macro-Cell and Small-Cell Deployments

Abstract : Meeting the continued growth in data traffic volume, Dynamic Time Division Duplex (D-TDD) has been introduced as a solution to deal with the uplink (UL) and downlink (DL) traffic asymmetry, mainly observed for dense heterogeneous network deployments, since it is based on instantaneous traffic estimation and provide more resource assignment flexibility. However, the use of this feature requires new interference mitigation schemes capable to handle two additional types of interference between cells in opposite transmission direction: DL to UL and UL to DL interference. The aim of this work is to provide a complete analytical approach to model inter-cell interference in macro-cells deployment with dense small-cells. We derive the explicit expressions of Interference to Signal Ratio (ISR) at each position of the network, in both DL and UL, to quantify the impact of each type of interference on the perceived performance. Also, we provide the explicit expressions of the coverage probability as a functions of different system parameters by covering different scenarios. Finally, through system level simulations, we analyze the feasibility of D-TDD and its comparison with the static-TDD configuration.
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Ridha Nasri, Jalal Rachad, Laurent Decreusefond. Dynamic-TDD Interference Tractability Approaches and Performance Analysis in Macro-Cell and Small-Cell Deployments. 2019. ⟨hal-02289230⟩

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