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—This paper addresses two fundamental and interrelated issues in device-to-device (D2D) enhanced cellular networks. The first issue is how D2D users should access spectrum, and we consider two choices: overlay (orthogonal spectrum between D2D and cellular UEs) and underlay (non-orthogonal). The second issue is how D2D users should choose between(More)
Matching the demand for resources (" load ") with the supply of resources (" capacity ") is a basic problem occurring across many fields of engineering, logistics, and economics, and has been considered extensively both in the Internet and in wireless networks. The ongoing evolution of cellular communication networks into dense, organic, and irregular(More)
—This paper considers a device-to-device (D2D) un-derlaid cellular network where an uplink cellular user communicates with the base station while multiple direct D2D links share the uplink spectrum. This paper proposes a random network model based on stochastic geometry and develops centralized and distributed power control algorithms. The goal of the(More)
—Despite the central role of mobility in wireless networks, analytical study on its impact on network performance is notoriously difficult. This paper aims to address this gap by proposing a random waypoint (RWP) mobility model defined on the entire plane and applying it to analyze two key cellular network parameters: handover rate and sojourn time. We(More)
—Carrier aggregation (CA) and small cells are two distinct features of next-generation cellular networks. Cellular networks with different types of small cells are often referred to as HetNets. In this paper, we introduce a load-aware model for CA-enabled multi-band HetNets. Under this model, the impact of biasing can be more appropriately characterized;(More)
—In a device-to-device (D2D) underlaid cellular network , the uplink spectrum is reused by the D2D transmissions , causing mutual interference with the ongoing cellular transmissions. Massive MIMO is appealing in such a context as the base station's (BS's) large antenna array can nearly null the D2D-to-BS interference. The multiuser transmission in massive(More)
—Mobility modeling and analysis is a key issue in wireless networks, but there are surprisingly few fundamental results. In this paper we propose a new and quite general random waypoint (RWP) mobility model which is valid over the entire plane. We derive key properties of the proposed mobility model including transition length, transition time and spatial(More)
—Multicast device-to-device (D2D) transmission is important for applications like local file transfer in commercial networks and is also a required feature in public safety networks. In this paper we propose a tractable baseline multicast D2D model, and use it to analyze important multicast metrics like the coverage probability, mean number of covered(More)