ESR 11

Masih Abedini

New Interference-Based Dynamic Channel Access Algorithms for Ultra-Dense Small Cell Deployments

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Biography

Masih Abedini received his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran. He is pursuing his Ph.D. degree in International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki, Greece. His recent work has focused on designing new algorithms for Dynamic Channel Access on Ultra-Dense Small Cell Networks. His research interests include wireless networking, ad-hoc networks security, intrusion detection systems, and software defined networks.

Objectives

The objective is to develop an algorithm that enhances spatial reuse (regarding also fairness) in cases of ultra-dense deployments by combining simultaneously well-known techniques like the dynamic Carrier Sense Threshold (CST), the coloring scheme and the dynamic Transmit Power Control (TPC). The new algorithm will be analysed under various residential, enterprise and outdoor dense scenarios.

Expected Results

 Study and performance comparison of the dynamic CST, the coloring scheme and the dynamic TPC, channel access techniques that have been proposed by the IEEE 802.11ax Task Group. Development and performance evaluation of a new algorithm that enhances spatial reuse in ultra-dense OBSSs deployments by considering the receiver’s expected interference level. Study and optimization of the per-station performance of all considered algorithms. Study and improvement of fairness between legacy and IEEE 802.11ax devices that coexist in the same network and implement the new algorithm under various residential, enterprise and outdoor dense scenarios. Contribution on standardization to the IEEE 802.11ax Task Group.

Institutions and Supervisors

Secondments

To be decided