Physical Cell ID Detection Probabilities Using Frequency Domain PVS Transmit Diversity for NB-IoT Radio Interface
Conference: European Wireless 2017 - 23th European Wireless Conference
05/17/2017 - 05/19/2017 at Dresden, Germany
Proceedings: European Wireless 2017
Pages: 6Language: englishTyp: PDFPersonal VDE Members are entitled to a 10% discount on this title
Shimura, Aya; Sawahashi, Mamoru (Department of Information and Communication Engeneering, Tokyo City University, Japan)
Kishiyama, Yoshihisa (Research Laboratories, NTT DOCOMO, Inc. Kanagawa, Japan)
This paper proposes frequency domain precoding vector switching (PVS) transmit diversity for synchronization signals aiming to achieve fast physical cell identity (PCID) detection for the narrowband (NB)-Internet-of-Things (IoT) radio interface. More specifically, we propose localized and distributed PVS transmit diversity schemes for the narrowband primary synchronization signal (NPSS) and narrowband secondary synchronization signal (NSSS), and detection methods for the NPSS and NSSS at a receiver. We compare detection probabilities for the NPSS and NSSS, i.e., PCID using the proposed frequency domain PVS transmit diversity schemes to those using the conventional time domain PVS transmit diversity scheme based on link-level simulations. The computer simulation results show that both the distributed and localized PVS transmit diversity schemes achieve almost the identical PCID detection probability to that of the time domain PVS transmit diversity scheme under a small frequency offset condition.