Outage Probability Analysis of Multi-hop Relay Aided IoT Networks

Multi-hop Relay Aided IoT Networks

Authors

  • Fusheng Wei Guangdong Power Grid Co., Ltd
  • Jiajia Huang Guangdong Power Grid Co.
  • Jingming Zhao Guangdong Power Grid Co.
  • Huakun Que Guangdong Power Grid Co.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/eetsis.3780

Keywords:

IoT networks, multi-hop relaying, outage probability, achievable rate

Abstract

This study delves into Internet of Things (IoT) networks wherein a transmitting source communicates information to a designated recipient. The presence of signal attenuation challenges the direct transmission of information from the source to the recipient. To surmount this obstacle, we investigate IoT network communication facilitated by multi-hop relays, whereby multiple relays collaboratively enable the conveyance of data from the source to the recipient across intermediate stages. For the considered IoT networks augmented by multi-hop relays, we assess the performance of the system by analyzing the probability of transmission outage. This analysis entails the derivation of an analytical expression for evaluating the occurrence of IoT network outage. Additionally, we gauge the system's effectiveness by examining the attainable transmission rate, wherein an analytical expression is furnished to assess the IoT data rate. The empirical results, along with the analytical findings, are subsequently presented to validate the formulated expressions in the context of IoT networks empowered by multi-hop relays. Notably, the utilization of multi-hop relaying emerges as a efficacious strategy for substantially expanding the coverage scope of IoT networks.

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Published

14-11-2023

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Wei F, Huang J, Zhao J, Que H. Outage Probability Analysis of Multi-hop Relay Aided IoT Networks: Multi-hop Relay Aided IoT Networks. EAI Endorsed Scal Inf Syst [Internet]. 2023 Nov. 14 [cited 2024 Jul. 13];11(4). Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/sis/article/view/3780