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Impact of Mobility on the Behavior of Interference in Cellular Wireless Networks

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Impact of Mobility on the Behavior of Interference in Cellular Wireless Networks
In this study, the impact of mobility is investigated in low-speed environments such as femtocells and picocells for wireless networks. Given that there is interference on the uplink of a FDD system, this study solely focuses on how interference evolves with respect to mobility of terminals which move in a random fashion. Wiener-Levy process is used as a stochastic tool for characterizing the impact of mobility on the future behavior of interference. The results show that there is a trade-off between short and long interference observation (measurement) interval. On the one hand, choosing a short interval leads to a waste of processing power, since the interference level to be observed is not expected to deviate drastically from the previous observations. Choosing a long interval, on the other hand, increases the variance of the density of future interference level. In addition, results show that if there is more than one interference source in motion, the interference level observed ...
Serhan Yarkan, Amine Maaref, Koon Hoo Teo, Hü
Added 29 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Serhan Yarkan, Amine Maaref, Koon Hoo Teo, Hüseyin Arslan
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