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Radio resource management for cooperative wireless communication systems with organized beam-hopping techniques

Shanghai Res. Center for Wireless Commun., Shanghai
IEEE Wireless Communications (Impact Factor: 3.74). 05/2008; DOI: 10.1109/MWC.2008.4492983
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ABSTRACT Readiness in deployment and flexibility in radio resource configuration are the main features of future wireless communication systems. A cooperative wireless communication system (CWCS) is proposed to follow the same principle, aiming at improving the overall performance of a wireless system with the support of advanced beam-hopping techniques. In this article, we propose a multiloop radio resource management mechanism for the CWCS based on the organized beam-hopping (OBH) technique. The proposed RRM mechanism enhances the robustness of the CWCS, based on the OBH technique working with fast temporal-spatial variant traffic. The results show that the system performance can be further improved by hybrid transmission and event- driven access management techniques.

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