Spectrum Management in Cellular Network Using Cognitive ROF

Radio-over-Fibre (RoF) is an optical communication technique based on the transmission of standard wireless radio signals though optical Fibre in their native format. The optical fibre provides a huge bandwidth that can support a variety of wireless systems, regardless of their frequency bands, being protocol-transparent which is reflected in great network flexibility. Radio-over-Fibre techniques enables a high user capacity by frequency reuse, simplifies the network operation as the signals are distribute in their native format, and permits to transfer signal part of the processing power from the base station units to the central control station, thus reducing the overall deployment cost and complexity.

Provided by: SHIATS Topic: Mobility Date Added: Aug 2011 Format: PDF

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