Adaptive radio resource management in a sectored cell for broadband wireless access systems
In this work, we analyze the performance of a multi-user sectored MIMO/OFDMA system under the limited feedback constraint. Dynamic radio resource management methods are used to a reuse-one sectorized cell in order to reduce the cross-sector interference. Simulation results show that the proposed strategy reduces the cochannel interference and maintain at the same time high spectral efficiency. ©2010 IEEE.
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