Distributed Caching Enabled Peak Traffic Reduction in Ultra-Dense IoT Networks - 2018


The proliferation of large machine-type Communications devices and their random and intermittent transmissions have brought the new challenge of sporadic access-network congestion in ultra-dense Internet of Things (IoT) networks. To handle this issue, we propose an innovative approach of peak traffic reduction among the access network by utilizing distributed cache of IoT devices to coordinate their sporadic transmissions. The proposed technique is realized by employing a unique uplink transmission scheduling based on delay adaptation, in which distributed IoT devices adjust their transmission timings by utilizing embedded caching. An optimization downside is formulated for the minimization of peak data rate demand subject to delay tolerance levels, and is solved for the 3GPP-based mostly traffic models by using a gradient descent-based mostly algorithm. Our results show that the proposed scheme can considerably reduce the peak knowledge traffic in ultra-dense IoT networks.

Did you like this research project?

To get this research project Guidelines, Training and Code... Click Here

PROJECT TITLE : Robust Empirical Bayesian Reconstruction of Distributed Sources for Electromagnetic Brain Imaging ABSTRACT: Electromagnetic brain imaging uses non-invasive recordings of magnetic fields and electric potentials
PROJECT TITLE : A Three-port Converter Based Distributed DC Grid-connected PV System with Autonomous Output Voltage-Sharing Control ABSTRACT: Using hybrid-connected three-port converters (TPCs), a distributed dc grid linked
PROJECT TITLE : Fast Distributed Reactive Power Control for Voltage Regulation in Distribution Networks ABSTRACT: Distributed energy resources' reactive power can be optimally regulated to regulate voltage in distribution
PROJECT TITLE : Critical Load Restoration using Distributed Energy Resources for Resilient Power Distribution System ABSTRACT: In the face of extreme weather events, the ageing and obsolete power distribution systems have
PROJECT TITLE : Distributed Stochastic Reserve Scheduling in AC Power Systems With Uncertain Generation ABSTRACT: Distributed consensus and the alternating direction method of multipliers are used to implement multi-area stochastic

Ready to Complete Your Academic MTech Project Work In Affordable Price ?

Project Enquiry