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A promising new technology, wireless mesh networks are playing an increasingly important role in the future generations of wireless mobile networks. Characterized by dynamic self-organization, self-configuration, and self-healing to enable quick deployment, easy maintenance, low cost, high scalability, and reliable services, this technology is becoming a(More)
— The inter-cell interference problem is a key issue in OFDMA-based mobile cellular networks. In order to deal with this problem, several flexible radio resource reuse schemes for the downlink are examined in this paper. The goal is to improve the cell edge throughput as well as the average cell throughput, compared to a network with frequency reuse factor(More)
WINNER has been an ambitious research project aiming at identification and assessment of key technologies for Beyond 3G mobile systems. The WINNER mobile radio access network provides a system that is highly flexible and efficient and can provide a wide range of services to a multitude of users in many different environments. This paper provides a concise(More)
Adaptive networks are envisaged to play a significant part in the future, where the time and space variations in the traffic pattern will necessitate the ability to continuously amend the Radio Access Technologies' (RATs') operating parameters. Reconfiguration of communications systems is a facilitator towards this convergence and enables the dynamic(More)