Compact pattern based dynamic channel assignment for reuse partitioning in cellular mobile systems

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Abstract

A new dynamic channel assignment (DCA) strategy combined with reuse partitioning is proposed. Reuse partitioning increases traffic capacity by allowing creation of cell plans within a cell. Cochannel cell plans are created in accordance with the compact pattern structure, where the compact pattern is defined as the minimum reuse distance between cochannel cell plans. Channels are dynamically assigned to cells and are reused in cell plans belonging to the same compact pattern. Excess traffic is served by noncompact pattern channels maintaining the minimum reuse distance. During call completion, channels are packed in order to maintain the existence of compact patterns. Simulation results show that the CP-based DCA for reuse partitioning performs significantly better than any of the conventional schemes without reuse partitioning. Results are compared to Fixed Channel Assignment and CP-based DCA without reuse partitioning which outperforms channel borrowing strategies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICT
Subtitle of host publicationInternational Conference on Telecommunications, 1998, Chalkidiki, Greece
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1998

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