DIR based clustering for interference alignment in Ultra-dense networks

Abstract

Ultra-dense networks are regarded as a promising candidate for providing high data rate at low implementation cost. With a dense and irregular deployment of access points, spatial reuse will be improved, and varying cellular coverage also known as the amorphous cell is provided, which leads to a more complicated interference environment. In this paper, a… (More)

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