Centre for Communication Systems Research

System-Level Simulator (SLS) Club internal page (Val Kosta)

Introduction

Welcome to my club. This is the official website of SLS.

If you like to join the SLS please send an email to c.kosta@surrey.ac.uk (stdjmax@gmail.com).

Next Club Meeting TBA.  

The topic is Linear optimization via Dual Decomposition.

Tutorial and Real-time demonstrations.

Slides

Our slides can be found also here: http://info.ee.surrey.ac.uk/CCSR/Internal/SLS/

1. LTE Vienna system-level simulator

2. Kick-off Meeting

3. Channel Modeling

4. NS3 - System Level Simulator (Katsaros)

5. NS3 part2 System Level Simulator (FILO)

6. Linear Optimization -Dual Decomposition (Val) 

7.

A number of additional tutorial slides can be found here: http://info.ee.surrey.ac.uk/CCSR/Internal/RASoptclub/

 

Examples of SLS matlab functions

1. 2-D Path Loss Fading (Three/Six sectors)

2. 2-D Shadowing via 2-D convolution function

3. Multipath (Frequency-selective) Fast Fading

 

SLS NS-3

For SLS NS-3 please follow and check the above tutorial slides.

1. Download NS3 3.20 version

2. Map it with Eclipse

3. Add on with Lena

 

SLS Matlab-based (System Level)

For SLS LTE in matlab please follow

1. Download and extract the SLS Matlab-based LTE

2. Run the LTE_sim_main_launcher_examples.m

 

LLS Matlab-based (Link Level)

For LLS LTE in matlab please follow

1. Download and extract the Matlab-based simulator

2. Run the LTE_sim_batch_BLER_curves.m

 

Development Progress

Super-fast version of the LTE system level simulator (macrocell, picocells and femtocells):  please send an email if you require the SLS simulator

Requires Matlab 2010a or later. Just run LTE_sim_main_launcher.m It can simulate a 1-tier LTE network for 50 TTIs in less than 20 seconds.

This version is ideal for simulating all kinds of dynamic Radio Resource Management (RRM) schemes (centralized, distributed, decentralized, etc).

 

Version 1.4
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- Uplink Power Control (Open Loop and Closed Loop with path loss compensation factor)

- Basic Functionality of CoMP (up to three collaborative eNBs)

Version 1.3
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- Improved Mobility

- Six sector antennas

- Interference Cancellation (Digital domain)

- Full duplex scenario (interface are assume to cancel self-interference to a certain degree)

- Virtual full duplex scenario (via antenna separation)

Version 1.2
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- Capability of simulating 3-sectored, 6-sectored, homogeneous antennas.
- Capability of simulating co-deployments with different operators. Just denote the displacement distance in meters as follows FR10_FR10_Dinstance. If this mode is selected FR20_FR10_250, it will deploy it a half of inter-site distance and allocate a different carrier to each operator. Note that the mode FR10_FR10_250 will set up a joint carrier.

- Fixed some bugs regarding oNodeB (femtocell) deployment.

- The simulator performance has been further optimized in terms of the path loss model.

- Capability to plot mean radial throughput in meters of the primary (macro, pico) deployment. See this link.

- Capability to compile all results after you have run the script; see LTE_sim_read_SCRIPT.m file.

 

Version 1.1
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Fixed a bug with co-deployment of sectorized and non-sectorized eNBs in the same time.

- Fixed a bug with different cell-size/ transmit power.

- Fixed a bug regarding sectorized antennas.

- Fixed a bug with ad hoc networks. Just change the location of eNBs in the LTE_init_generate_network.m file. The link shows illustrates an example. example.   
- The FR3,FR4, e.g. they are allocated now in a dynamic way in femtocells (oNodeBs) in order to reduce resource conflicts with other cells.

- Capability to run SCRIPT and collect results; see LTE_sim_main_SCRIPT.m file.

- Added a linear programming solver ‘CPLEX’ for x64 operating systems
 

 

Version 1.01
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- Fixed the EE metric.

- Fixed a bug regarding omni-directional antennas.

- The main file LTE_sim_main_launcher.m includes now some basic instructions. 
- Introduce a dynamic energy-efficient (EE) scheme from :

G. Miao, N. Himayat, G.Y. Li, A.T. Koc and S. Talwar, "Interference-Aware Energy-Efficient Power Optimization", IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC '09), vol., no., pp.1-5, Jun. 2009.

 

 

Version 1.0
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- Support Inter-cell Radio Resource Management (RRM): different transmit power may be allocated to different eNBs

- Support of ICIC techniques and dynamic schemes which it can coordinate eNBs in a adaptive /dynamic way.

- Support/Add the state-of-the-art static interference avoidance techniques: FR1, FR3, FFR, SFR, IFR as presented here: LINK.

- Support of asymmetric (ad hoc) macro deployments: eNB cn a random position and/or sectorized /non-sectorized antenna

- Support of indoor cellular deployment i.e. 5X5 grid of femtocells with a different path and fast fading model.

- Optimized the speed performance by a factor 1:50: Done by converting 'for loop code' to 'matrix-based code', simplified the path loss model, inline technique or reformulating some of complex commands.

 

 

 

 


this page last updated 23 April 2013
(c.kosta@surrey.ac.uk)