Duplexing, Resource Allocation and Inter-Cell Coordination Design Recommendations for Next-Generation Wireless Systems

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Alexiou, A. and Avidor, D. and Bosch, P. and Das, S. and Gupta, P. and Hochwald, B. and Klein, T.E. and Ling, J. and Lozano, A. and Marzetta, T. and Mukherjee, S. and Mullender, S.J. and Papadias, C. and Valenzuela, R. and Viswanathan, H. (2005) Duplexing, Resource Allocation and Inter-Cell Coordination Design Recommendations for Next-Generation Wireless Systems. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 5 (1). pp. 77-93. ISSN 1530-8669

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Abstract:Coexistence of different access technologies, hierarchical cellular deployment, a wide variety of data services, requirements for transparent operation across different technologies, adaptivity to varying network conditions and mobility and quality of service (QoS) constraints introduce a number of challenges in the design of future generation systems and the specification of new air interfaces, such as efficiency and flexibility in the utilization of spectrum, dynamic resource allocation and exploitation of the multiuser diversity and reconfigurable interference management and inter-cell coordination. Three critical issues for the design of next generation systems are addressed: (i) duplexing, (ii) scheduling and resource allocation and (iii) interference and inter-cell coordination. A number of research directions are presented, which constitute promising potential candidates for next generation systems specification.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/wcm.289
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