Enhanced capacity and coverage by Wi-Fi LTE integration

@article{Ling2015EnhancedCA,
  title={Enhanced capacity and coverage by Wi-Fi LTE integration},
  author={Jonathan Ling and Satish Kanugovi and Subramanian Vasudevan and A. Krishna Pramod},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={165-171}
}
Wi-Fi provides cost-effective data capacity at hotspots in conjunction with broadband cellular networks. The hotspots are required to capture a large number of users and provide high data rates. Data rates, over the Wi-Fi interface, are influenced by the media access protocol, which loses throughput due to contention based protocol delays and unintended collisions when a large number of users are active. The hotspot range that determines the number of users that can associate is limited by the… CONTINUE READING
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