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Dynamic Frequency Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Dynamic Frequency Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

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Dynamic Frequency Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Deployment of low power pico basestations within cellular networks can potentially increase both capacity and coverage. However, such deployments require efficient frequency allocation schemes for managing interference from the pico and macro basestations that are located within each otherís transmission range. Par titioning the available frequencies between the various basestations avoids the problem of interference, but can lead to inefficient spectr um usage. In this paper, we introduce a distributed frequency allocation scheme that sh ar es frequencies between macro and pico basestations, and guarantees a minimum average throughput to users. The scheme seeks to minimize the total number of frequencies needed to honor the minimum throughput requirements. We evaluate our scheme using detailed simulations and show that it perfor ms on par with the centralized optimum allocation. Moreover, our proposed scheme outperforms a static frequency reuse scheme and the centralized optimal par titioning between the macro and pico basestations

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