Oscar Tonelli

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The exponential growth in indoor data traffic necessitates a massive deployment of small cells, and emphasizes the importance of interference coordination and suppression to realize the full potential of this densification. To be effective however, interference coordination and suppression requires strict time synchronization between the cells. This paper(More)
Next generation wireless networks aim at a significant improvement of the spectral efficiency in order to meet the dramatic increase in data service demand. In local area scenarios user-deployed base stations are expected to take place, thus making the centralized planning of frequency resources among the cells, a non-viable solution. Cognitive Radio (CR)(More)
The Interference Rejection Combining (IRC) receiver can significantly boost the network throughput in scenarios characterized by dense uncoordinated deployment of small cells, as targeted by future 5th generation (5G) radio access technology. This paper presents an experimental study on the potential benefit of IRC receiver in real deployment scenarios. The(More)
The evolution of wireless communications is bringing into reality the dense deployment of femto and local area cells, which represents a challenging scenario for proving the effectiveness of Cognitive Radio (CR) frameworks. In particular the Dynamic Spectrum Allocation (DSA) paradigm aims at solving the resource allocation problem in a fully autonomous way.(More)
The characteristics of the deployment scenario are fundamental elements in the performance evaluation of wireless networks inter-cell interference coordination (ICIC) schemes. The statistical validation of such concepts is typically achieved by means of system-level simulation campaigns where regular reference scenarios and stochastic channel models are(More)
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