Static Inter-cell interference coordination techniques for LTE networks: a fair performance assessment
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This paper focuses in the analysis of 100% static and distributed inter-cell interference coordination techniques in the context of LTE networks. Several methods have been modeled and studied with the aim of deriving practical radio planning rules based on the joint effect of operational parameters and thresholds. The investigation places special emphasis on the efficiency vs. fairness tradeoff through a set of metrics that allow not only to evaluate the measurements from different points of view, but also to look at the effectiveness in radio resources usage. Results show that similar levels of spectral efficiency can be achieved by means of a proper and accurate network tuning. Moreover, interesting second order differences appear due to inherent features of each approach. These can be exploited depending on the particular network operator needs.
CitationGonzalez, D. [et al.]. Static Inter-cell interference coordination techniques for LTE networks: a fair performance assessment. "Lecture notes in computer science", 13 Setembre 2010, vol. 6235, p. 211-222.
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