Uplink Distributed Power and Receiver Optimization Across Multiple Cells

Interference mitigation approaches in the presence of multiple receive antennas in the uplink of a multi-cell wireless communications system are studied in this paper. A formulation based on interference pricing is proposed, where it is shown that a single price per base-station can be computed and exchanged, in order to set the mobile transmit powers per cell. The paper is premised on a de-centralized network architecture where schedulers make decisions on users connected to their cell, and there is a low-rate inter-cell communication link to enable distributed interference mitigation.

Provided by: Northwestern University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Mar 2012 Format: PDF

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