On the Performance of Device-to-Device Underlay Communication With Simple Power Control

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Executive Summary

The authors address Device-To-Device (D2D) communication as a potential resource reuse technique underlaying the cellular network. They consider the shared channel of the two systems as an interference channel and formulate the statistics of the Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) of all users. The potential performance of D2D communication is evaluated by considering a scenario where only limited interference coordination between the cellular and the D2D communication is possible. They apply a simple power control method to the D2D communication which constrains the SINR degradation of the cellular link to a certain level.

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