Huawei_MRC_V2I_measurement_data

Citation Author(s):
Mate
Boban
Huawei Technologies
Chunxu
Jiao
Huawei Technologies
Mohamed
Gharba
Huawei Technologies
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Tommaso Zugno
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Mon, 10/24/2022 - 11:34
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10.21227/r1wm-6a24
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Abstract 

The dataset was collected by performing uplink/downlink throughput measurements in Munich, Germany. The user side device was a vehicle with roof-mounted antenna (approx. 1.5 m height), and on the network side was a base station antenna mounted at the top of a building (height of the antenna with respect to the ground: 21 m). The measurements were collected at the center frequency of 3.41 GHz, with 40 MHz of bandwidth, with antenna gain of 15.5dBi (5dBi) at the base station (vehicle) side. The maximum throughput in the uplink was 40 Mbps.

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Huawei_MRC_V2I_measurement_data is made available under the Open Data Commons Attribution License: read the accompanying license.txt or http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/ 

 

The dataset was collected by performing uplink/downlink throughput measurements in Munich, Germany. The user side device was a vehicle with roof-mounted antenna (approx. 1.5 m height), and on the network side was a base station antenna mounted at the top of a building (height of the antenna with respect to the ground: 21 m).

The measurements were collected at the center frequency of 3.41 GHz, with 40 MHz of bandwidth, with antenna gain of 15.5dBi (5dBi) at the base station (vehicle) side. The maximum throughput in the uplink was 40 Mbps. 

 

Referring to the column labels in the dataset, the following information was collected: 

 

UE ID

UE Longitude 

UE Latitude

UE Altitude

UE GPS Speed (m/s)

UE GPS Time

DL SNR(dB) - Downlink SNR (dB)

DL MCS - Downlink Modulation and Coding Scheme

DL Throughput (Mbps) - Downlink Throughput (Mbps)

UL SINR (dB) - Uplink SINR (dB)

UL MCS - Uplink Modulation and Coding Scheme

UL Throughput (Mbps) - Uplink Throughput (Mbps)

 

To convert the UE Longitude and UE Latitude to degrees, minutes, and seconds, use the following: XXYY.ZZZZ --> XX degrees, YY minutes, ZZZZ*60 seconds. E.g., the value 1132.160645 refers to 11 degrees, 32 minutes, and 0.160645*60 seconds.

 

UE GPS Time is in the following six-digit format: hh:mm:ss. E.g., the value 153559 refers to 15h 35min 59sec on the day when measurements were taken. 

 

Accompanying figure shows the location of the measurements, overlaid by the route that the test vehicle has taken 10 times and the location of the base station.

 

Detailed dataset description is available in the following paper: Mate Boban, Chunxu Jiao, and Mohamed Gharba, "Measurement-based Evaluation of Uplink Throughput Prediction", in IEEE 95th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2022-Spring, 2022. 

 

@inproceedings{boban2022measurements,

  title={Measurement-based Evaluation of Uplink Throughput Prediction},

  author={Boban, Mate and Jiao, Chunxu and Gharba, Mohamed},

  booktitle={IEEE 95th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2022-Spring, 2022},

  year={2022},

  organization={IEEE}

}