So Near, and Yet so Far: Managing "far-Away" Interferers in Dense Femto-Cell Networks

The authors expect femto-cells to be massively and densely deployed in the future. Numerous existing works on femto-cell interference management assume that the local topology of interfering femto-cells can be sufficiently approximated through sensing, if not already known in advance. They show that this assumption results in poor throughput performance in dense femto-cell networks. For some cell-edge users, using conventional sensing in dense deployments can result in almost 50 times less instantaneous throughput, as compared to having oracular knowledge of interference topology. This sub-optimality is caused by "Far-away" interferers.

Provided by: Carnegie Mellon University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2012 Format: PDF

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