Channel assignment for interference avoidance in honeycomb wireless networks

@article{Bertossi2004ChannelAF,
  title={Channel assignment for interference avoidance in honeycomb wireless networks},
  author={Alan A. Bertossi and Maria Cristina Pinotti and Romeo Rizzi and Anil M. Shende},
  journal={J. Parallel Distrib. Comput.},
  year={2004},
  volume={64},
  pages={1329-1344}
}
The large development of wireless services and the scarcity of the usable frequencies require an efficient use of the radio spectrum which guarantees interference avoidance. The channel assignment problem (CAP) achieves this goal by partitioning the radio spectrum into disjoint channels, and assigning channels to the network base stations so as to avoid interference. On a flat region without geographical barriers and with uniform traffic load, the network base stations are usually placed… CONTINUE READING
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