Communication Networks Adaptive radio resource management in an integrated GPRS/UMTS service network

  title={Communication Networks Adaptive radio resource management in an integrated GPRS/UMTS service network},
  author={Jiann-Liang Chen and Shih-Wei Pan and Ming-Chiao Chen and Yueh-Min Huang},
  journal={European Transactions on Telecommunications},
Today’s 2G/2.5G systems are designed to achieve 90–95 per cent coverage. Most operators plan to construct 3G base stations on previous 2G/2.5G stations. Consequently, integrated radio resource management (RRM) is comprised of timeslot-limited and interference-limited systems. To improve capacity, this study presents a novel resource management based on timeslot utilisation in an integrated general packet radio service/universal mobile telecommunications systems (GPRS/UMTS) service network… CONTINUE READING
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