Frequency Planning in GSM Networks : Models , Heuristics , and Lower Bounds

  title={Frequency Planning in GSM Networks : Models , Heuristics , and Lower Bounds},
  author={Andreas Eisenbl{\"a}tter},
Frequency planning is a key issues in fully exploiting the radio spectrum available to GSM . It has a significant impact on the quantity as well as on the quality of the radio communication services. Every change of the radio network infrastructure typically calls for a change of the frequency assignment. Roughly speaking, radio communication requires a radio signal of sufficient strength which is not suffering too severely from interference by other signals. In a cellular system like GSM… CONTINUE READING
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