Presentation On the feasibility of URLLC for 5G-NR V2X sidelink communication at 5.9 GHz paper at IEEE Global Communications Conference (December 2022)
4 December 2022
5G New Radio (NR) ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) services are critical for extended Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) applications, such as Virtual Coupling or Automated Driving. This paper presented at IEEE Global Communications Conference evaluates the feasibility of achieving URLLC critical requirements for 5G NR V2X Sidelink communication at the V2X 5.9 GHz band. The paper introduces a higher 5G-NR numerology completed by a deterministic scheduler and an analytical V2X SL admission control algorithm to reach tight URLLC requirements. The author, Ms. Jin Yan, is a PhD student in EURECOM conducting a PhD in the domain of Deterministic 5G V2X Communication with applications to FRMCS and CCAM.
The IEEE Global Communications Conference is the Flagship event of the IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc), and yearly organized since 1957. The 2022 edition was organized in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and attracted more than 1500 participants and experts in wireless and wired communication technologies on the theme “Accelerating the Digital Transformation through Smart Communications”.
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