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Power Allocation and User Scheduling for Multibeam Satellites in Different Relay Scenarios

Title
Power Allocation and User Scheduling for Multibeam Satellites in Different Relay Scenarios
Translated Title
환경이 다른 릴레리 시나리오에서 다중빔 인공위성의 전력 할당 및 사용자 스케줄링
Authors
Kim, Joong Ham
DGIST Authors
Kim, Joong Ham; Choi, Jihwan P.; Kim, Jong Hyun
Advisor(s)
Choi, Jihwan P.
Co-Advisor(s)
Kim, Jong Hyun
Issue Date
2015
Available Date
2015-01-12
Degree Date
2015. 2
Type
Thesis
Keywords
Satellite communicationRelayweather attenuation effect인공위성 통신릴레이날씨에 의한 감쇠 영향
Abstract
In the case of advanced multibeam satellite equipped with phased array antenna, a large number of users can be effectively served by beamforming narrow spotbeams and managing interbeam interference. The scheme investigated in [1] chooses a better signal path between the direct communication from a satellite to a user and the indirect communication via ground stations. Transmission diversity to improve reliability and throughput is considered by scheduling based on channel conditions and potential interbeam interference. The simulation of [1] considers 25 users/gateway on the 5 by 5 planar grid, and the maximum number of active beams is 20. The user/gateway is located at one point of the grid. All the 25 users are assumed in the moderately rain weather channel condition of the Ka band [2]. In this study, we consider some scenarios of operating ground stations to provide better than [1]. In the first scenario, the position of ground station is fixed. In that case, we cannot guarantee that the channel condition of ground station would be better than others. Next, among multiple ground station candidates, we choose one to have good channel state quality. In the second scenario, we evaluate different simulation setups of user scheduling from those of [1]. For example, we expand the number of users and ground stations. By simulating each scenario, we show which one has better performance by comparing this paper’s results and the simulation results of [1]. In the third scenario simulation, we show how much weather effect influence increasing whole throughput. When ground station equipment would be installed to relay signals for worse channel states users, weather condition has to be considered to increase throughput in conclusion. In emergency situation such as earthquake, tsunami, etc., relay signals of ground station would help rescuers to connect each other. When rescuers attempt to set a temporary ground station up, they have to consider weather condition to increase throughput. ⓒ 2015 DGIST
Table Of Contents
Abstract 1-- Ⅰ. Introduction 2-- 1.1 Concept of satellite communication in general 3-- 1.2 Basic composition of satellite communication system 5-- 1.3 Frequency allocations for satellite services 7-- 1.4 Radio wave propagation 10-- 1.5 Atmospheric losses 12-- 1.6 Ionospheric effects 13-- 1.7 Rain Attenuation 14-- 1.8 Other propagation impairments 16-- 1.9 Trend of satellite communication channel modeling research 17-- Ⅱ. User scheduling for a multi-beam satellites in different relay scenarios 19-- 2.1 The scenario for the strongest weather attenuation value for ground relay station 28-- 2.2 The case of the ground station candidates 32-- 2.3 Expansion number of users for user diversity 35-- 2.4 Expansion number of users, ground stations and beams 37-- Ⅲ. Conclusion 39-- IV. Future work 41
URI
http://dgist.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000001923040
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/1379
DOI
10.22677/thesis.1923040
Degree
Master
Department
Information and Communication Engineering
University
DGIST
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