Frequency Allocation in a SDMA Satellite Communication System With Beam Moving
Spatial Division Multiple Access (SDMA) is a principle of radio resource sharing that separates communication channels in space. It relies on adaptive and dynamic beamforming technology and well-designed algorithms for resource allocation. As satellite communication systems move towards greater capacity in both the number of users and throughput, SDMA becomes one of the most promising techniques that can achieve these two goals. This paper studies static Frequency Assignment Problem (FAP) in a satellite communication system involving a satellite and a number of users located in a service area.