How performance metrics depend on the traffic demand in large cellular networks


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1 How performance metrics depend on the traffic demand in large cellular networks B. B laszczyszyn (Inria/ENS) and M. K. Karray (Orange) Based on joint works [1, 2, 3] with M. Jovanovic (Orange) Presented by M. K. Karray (http ://karraym.online.fr/) Simons Conference, UT Austin May 18th, 2015
2 Outline Introduction Homogeneous network model [1, 2] Homogeneous network performance [2] Typical cell model Cellload equations Average user s throughput Mean cell model Inhomogeneous networks [3] Scaling laws for homogeneous networks Inhomogeneous networks with homogeneous QoS response Numerical results [2, 3] Conclusion
3 Introduction Performance metrics in cellular data networks cell loads, users number per cell, average user s throughput They depend on traffic demand Dynamics of call arrivals and departures base stations (BS) positioning irregularity Performance varies across cells intercell interference Performance in different cells are interdependent In this work we propose an analytic approach accounting for the above three aspects in the evaluation of the performance metrics in large irregular cellular networks validated by measurements performed in operational networks
4 Network geometry and propagation Base stations (BS) locations modelled by a point process Φ = {X n } n Z on R 2 assumed stationary, simple and ergodic with intensity parameter λ > 0 BS X n emits a power P n > 0 such that {P n } n Z are marks of Φ Propagation loss comprises a deterministic effect depending on the relative location y X n of the receiver with respect to transmitter; that is a measurable mapping l : R 2 R + and a random effect called shadowing The shadowing between BS X n and all the locations y R 2 is modelled by a measurable stochastic process S n(y X n) with values in R + the processes {S n( )} n Z are marks of Φ
5 Network geometry and propagation The power received at location y from BS X n is P n S n (y X n ), y R 2,n Z l(y X n ) Its inverse is denoted by LXn (y) The signaltointerferenceandnoise (SINR) power ratio in the downlink for a user located at y V (X) equals SINR(y,Φ) = 1/L X (y) N + Y Φ\{X} ϕ Y/L Y (y) where N 0 is the noise power {ϕy } Y Φ are additional (not necessarily independent) marks in R + of the point process Φ called interference factors
6 Service model Each BS X Φ serves the locations where the received power is the strongest among all the BS; that is V (X) = { y R 2 : L X (y) L Y (y) for all Y Φ } called cell of X A single user served by BS X and located at y V(X) gets a bitrate R(SINR(y,Φ)) called peak bitrate Particular form of this (measurable) function R : R+ R + depends on the actual technology used to support the wireless link Each user in a cell gets an equal portion of time for his service. Thus when there are k users in a cell y1,y 2,...,y k V (X), each one gets a bitrate equal to his peak bitrate divided by k i.e. the bitrate of user located at yj equals 1 k R(SINR(y j,φ)), j {1,2,...,k}
7 Traffic model There are γ arrivals per surface unit and per time unit Variable bitrate (VBR) traffic : at their arrival, users require to transmit some volume of data at a bitrate decided by the network Each user arrives at a location uniformly distributed and requires to download a random volume of data of mean 1/µ bits Arrival locations, interarrival durations as well as the data volumes are assumed independent Users don t move during their calls Traffic demand per surface unit ρ = γ µ bit/s/km2 The traffic demand in cell X Φ equals ρ(x) = ρ V (X) bit/s
8 Cell performance metrics [1] Service in cell V (X) is stable when V (X) ρ(x) < ρ c (X) := V(X) 1/R(SINR(y,Φ))dy called critical traffic : harmonic mean of the peak bitrate. In case of stability, User s throughput Number of users r(x) = max(ρ c (X) ρ(x),0) N (X) = ρ(x) r(x) Probability that BS is not idling equals min(θ(x),1) where θ(x) := ρ(x) ρ c (X) = ρ 1/R(SINR(y,Φ))dy V(X) called cell load
9 Typical cell Are there global metrics of the network allowing to characterize its macroscopic behaviour? Consider spatial averages of the cell characteristics over an increasing network window A By the ergodic theorem of point processes (discrete version), these averages converge to Palmexpectations of the respective characteristics of the typical cell V(0) For example, for traffic demand and for cell load lim A lim A 1 Φ(A) 1 Φ(A) ρ(x) = E 0 [ρ(0)] X A θ(x) = E 0 [θ(0)] X A Analoguous convergence holds for other cell characteristics : critical traffic, user s throughput, number of users
10 Typical cell characteristics Technical condition : Assume that location 0 belongs to a unique cell a.s. Then by the inverse formula of Palm calculus, typical cell traffic demand E 0 [ρ(0)] = ρ λ and cell load E 0 [θ(0)] = ρ [ ] λ E 1 R(SINR(0,Φ)) Righthand side : Expectation of the inverse of the peak bitrate of the typical user with respect to the stationary distribution of Φ By the ergodic theorem of point processes (continuous version) [ ] 1 E R(SINR(0,Φ)) = lim A 1 A A 1 R(SINR(y,Φ)) dy
11 Cellload equations The above results hold true whatever is the point process Φ of BS locations provided it is simple stationary and ergodic (not necessarily Poisson) whatever are the marks {ϕy } Y Φ pondering the interference In real networks a BS transmits only when it serves at least one user, thus we take ϕ Y equal to the probability that Y is not idling ϕ Y = min(θ(y),1) Then SINR(y,Φ) = 1/L X (y) N + Y Φ\{X} min(θ(y),1)/l Y (y) Recalling the expression of the cell load θ(x) = ρ 1/R(SINR(y,Φ))dy V(X) we see that cell loads θ(x) are related to each other by a system of cellload equations
12 Average user s throughput Define the average user s throughput in the network as the ratio of mean volume of data request to mean service duration r 0 1/µ := lim A mean service time in A S where S is the union of stable cells By Little s law and ergodic theorem, it is shown in [2] that r 0 = ρ P(0 S) λ N 0 where N 0 := E 0 [N(0)1{N(0) < }] N 0 and P(0 S) do not have explicit analytic expressions!
13 Mean cell model Virtual cell defined as a queue having the same traffic demand and load as the typical cell; that is ρ := E 0 [ρ(0)] = ρ λ θ := E 0 [θ(0)] = ρ [ ] λ E 1 R(SINR(0,Φ)) Remaining characteristics are related to the above two via the relations of cell performance metrics critical traffic demand user s throughput ρ c (X) = ρ(x) θ(x) ρ c := ρ θ r(x) = max(ρ c (X) ρ(x),0) r := max( ρ c ρ,0) number of users N (X) = ρ(x) r(x) N := ρ r
14 Mean cell load equation Assume that all BS emit at the same power In the mean cell model, we consider the following (single) equation in the meancell load θ ( )] θ = [1/R ρ λ E 1/L X (0) N +min ( θ,1 ) Y Φ\{X } 1/L Y (0) where X is the location of the BS whose cell covers the origin. We solve the above equation with θ as unknown We will see in the numerical section that the solution of this equation gives a good estimate of the empirical average of the loads {θ(x)} X Φ obtained by solving the system of cellload equations for the typical cell model
15 Scaling laws for homogeneous networks Consider a homogeneous network model with a deterministic propagation loss of the form l(x) = (K x ) β, x R 2 where K > 0 and β > 2 are two given parameters For α > 0 consider a network obtained from this original one by scaling the base station locations Φ = {X = αx} X Φ, the traffic demand intensity ρ = ρ/α 2, distance coefficient K = K/α and shadowing processes S n (y) = S n ( y α), while preserving the original marks; i.e. interference factors ϕ X = ϕ X, X Φ and powers P n = P n For the rescaled network consider the cells V (X ) and their characteristics ρ (X ), ρ c (X ), r (X ), N (X ), θ (X )
16 Scaling laws for homogeneous networks Proposition : For any X Φ, we have V (αx n ) = αv (X n ) while ρ (X ) = ρ(x), ρ c (X ) = ρ c (X), r (X ) = r(x), N (X ) = N(X), θ (X ) = θ(x) Corollary : Consider the rescaled network as with the interference factors taken ϕ X = min(θ(x),1). Then the load equations are the same for the two networks Φ and Φ. Therefore, the load factors solving these equation are the same θ (X ) = θ(x) and consequently, ρ c(x ) = ρ c (X), r (X ) = r(x), N (X ) = N(X), θ (X ) = θ(x) Corollary : Consider the rescaled network with arbitrary interference factors, possibly satisfying the load equations. Then E 0 [ρ (0)] = E 0 [ρ(0)] and E 0 [θ (0)] = E 0 [θ(0)]. Consequently, the mean cells characteristics associated to Φ and Φ are identical
17 Inhomogeneous networks with homogeneous QoS response A country is composed of urban, suburban and rural areas The parameters K and β of the deterministic part of propagation loss depend on the type of the zone. Assume that for each zone i Then the scaling laws say that K i / λ i = const locally, for each homogeneous area of this inhomogeneous network, one will observe the same relation between the mean performance metrics and the (percell) traffic demand In other words, one relation is enough to capture the key dependence between performance and traffic demand for different areas of this network
18 Numerical setting 3G network at carrier frequency f 0 = 2.1GHz with frequency bandwidth W = 5MHz Distanceloss function l(r) = (Kr) β, with K = 7117km 1, β = 3.8 (COST WalfischIkegami model [4]) Lognormal shadowing with standard deviation 9.6dB and the mean spatial correlation distance 100m Transmision power is P = 60dBm, with fraction ǫ = 0.1 for pilot channel, noise power N = 96dBm 3D antenna pattern specified in [5, Table A ] ( )] R(SINR) = 0.3 WE [log 2 1+ H 2 SINR where H Rayleigh fading of mean E[ H 2 ] = 1 Poisson process of BS with intensity λ = 1.27km 2 (average cell radius 0.5km) within a disc of radius 5km
19 European city Typical cell and mean cell models predict similar values of the average load Cell load Proportion of stable cells Typical cell load Mean cell load Measured cell load Proportion of stable cells Traffic demand per cell [kbps]
20 Large region in an European country comprizing urban, suburban and rural areas Cell load Mean cell Measurements Traffic demand per cell [kbit/s]
21 Conclusion Two approaches based on stochastic geometry in conjunction with queueing and information theory are developed In order to evaluate performance metrics in large irregular cellular networks Typical cell approach : spatial averages Mean cell approach : simpler, approximate but fully analytic We validate the proposed approach by showing that it allows to predict the performance of a real network Further work Spatial distribution of the performance metrics [6] For multitier networks, calculate the characteristics of each tier [7]
22 Bibliography [1] M. K. Karray and M. Jovanovic, A queueing theoretic approach to the dimensioning of wireless cellular networks serving variable bitrate calls, IEEE Trans. Veh. Technol., vol. 62, no. 6, July [2] B. B laszczyszyn, M. Jovanovic, and M. K. Karray, How user throughput depends on the traffic demand in large cellular networks, in Proc. of WiOpt/SpaSWiN, [3] B. B laszczyszyn and M. K. Karray, What frequency bandwidth to run cellular network in a given country?  a downlink dimensioning problem, in Proc. of WiOpt/SpaSWiN, [4] COST 231, Evolution of land mobile radio (including personal) communications, Final report, Information, Technologies and Sciences, European Commission, [5] 3GPP, TR V900 Further advancements for EUTRA  Physical Layer Aspects, in 3GPP Ftp Server, [6] B. B laszczyszyn, M. Jovanovic, and M. K. Karray, QoS and network performance estimation in heterogeneous cellular networks validated by realfield measurements, in Proc. of PM2HW2N, [7], Performance laws of large heterogeneous cellular networks, in Proc. of WiOpt/SpaSWiN, 2015.
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