Throughput Optimal Uplink Scheduling in Heterogeneous PLC and LTE Communication for Delay Aware Smart Grid Applications

@article{Li2020ThroughputOU,
  title={Throughput Optimal Uplink Scheduling in Heterogeneous PLC and LTE Communication for Delay Aware Smart Grid Applications},
  author={Qiyue Li and Tengfei Cao and Wei Sun and Weitao Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2011.09629}
}
Smart grid is an energy network that integrates advanced power equipment, communication technology and control technology. It can transmit two-way power and data among all components of the grid at the same time. The existing smart grid communication technologies include power line carrier (PLC) com-munication, industrial Ethernet, passive optical networks and wireless communi-cation, each of which have different advantages. Due to the complex application scenarios, massive sampling points and… 

An Optimal Uplink Scheduling in Heterogeneous PLC and LTE Communication for Delay-aware Smart Grid Applications

The formula derivation is used to prove the stability and solvability of the scheduling system in theory and the simulation results show that under the condition of satisfying the delay requirement, the proposed framework can optimally allocate the wireless communication resource and maximize the throughput of the uplink transmission system.

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