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access icon free Dynamic and energy-efficient ICI mitigation techniques for mobility-based 5G HetCN

In this study, two dynamic mechanisms are proposed to mitigate inter-cell interference (ICI) in the heterogeneous cellular network (HetCN) namely: Dynamic Fixed Region Cooperation (DFRC) and Dynamic Power Allocation Mechanism (DPAM). The DFRC allows serving mSCs and other interfering base stations (BSs) to cooperate during transmission of a signal to a user. The DPAM dynamically allocates power to serving BS based on the farthest user in a cell. The study illustrates downlink interferences typically linked with a HetCN. For analysis, a macrocell (MC) network distributed with heterogeneous users is overlaid with both fixed and mobile small cells (SCs). The authors also introduced the cell-user mobility model for deployed mobile SCs in the network. The effects on network performance metrics: Sumrate, Average user throughput, and Energy efficiency are investigated with an allocation of sub 6 GHz and mmWave bands at MC and deployed SCs, respectively.

http://iet.metastore.ingenta.com/content/journals/10.1049/iet-com.2019.0898
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