Mobility

Short-Term Multi-Cell Dynamic Resource Allocation in Future Cellular Networks

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Executive Summary

In future cellular system, it is becoming more challenging to optimize the radio resource management and maximize the system capacity whilst meeting the required quality of service from user's point of view. Traditional schemes have approached this problem mainly focusing on resources within a cell and to large extent ignoring effects of multi-cell architecture. For multi-cell systems employing intra-cell orthogonal communication channels, inter-cell interference mitigation techniques are expected to be one of the key radio resource management functions. In this paper, the authors propose a multi-cell coordinated and un-coordinated dynamic resource sharing algorithms and reuse techniques among base station/ relay station cells.

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