Group Cell Architecture for Cooperative Communications

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 1, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 92 pages
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Driven by the increasing demand for capacity and Quality of Service in wireless cellular networks and motivated by the distributed antenna system, the authors proposed a cooperative communication architecture—Group Cell architecture, which was initially brought forward in 2001. Years later, Coordinated Multiple-Point Transmission and Reception (CoMP) for LTE-Advanced was put forward in April 2008, as a tool to improve the coverage of cells having high data rates, the cell-edge throughput and/or to increase system throughput. This book mainly focuses on the Group Cell architecture with multi-cell generalized coordination, Contrast Analysis between Group Cell architecture and CoMP, Capacity Analysis, Slide Handover Strategy, Power Allocation schemes of Group Cell architecture to mitigate the inter-cell interference and maximize system capacity and the trial network implementation and performance evaluations of Group Cell architecture.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction to Group Cell Architecture
1
2 Capacity Analysis
15
3 Slide Handover
34
4 Power Allocation of Group Cell System
47
5 Group Cell Trial Systems
69
References
88
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