Presentation 1994/7/18
Competitive-and-Cooperative Channel Segregation for Cellular Systems
Hiroshi Suzuki, Naoki Hongou,
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Abstract(in English) This paper proposes a Competitive and Cooperative Algorithm(CCA) for the channel segregation in mobile cellular systems.This algorithm includes not only the conventional competitive operation between mutually interfering cells but also a cooperative operation that enhances the priorities in cells which detect the interference level slightly lower than the allowable limit level.A new linear recursive equation for up-dating the priority is utilized.Computer simulations show that CCA results in ideal channel segregation and that employing a two dimensional reuse distance and a reuse pattern ratio,the blocking probability derived by a traffic theory based upon Markov model agrees well with that of simulations.
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Keyword(in English) Mobile Communications / Channel Segregation / Cooperative Action / Priority / Traffic Analysis
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Title (in English) Competitive-and-Cooperative Channel Segregation for Cellular Systems
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Keyword(1) Mobile Communications
Keyword(2) Channel Segregation
Keyword(3) Cooperative Action
Keyword(4) Priority
Keyword(5) Traffic Analysis
1st Author's Name Hiroshi Suzuki
1st Author's Affiliation NTT Mobile Communications Network Inc.()
2nd Author's Name Naoki Hongou
2nd Author's Affiliation Nagaoka University of Technology
Date 1994/7/18
Paper # SAT94-43,RCS94-57
Volume (vol) vol.94
Number (no) 146
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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