Intercell Interference Coordination for LTE Systems

  title={Intercell Interference Coordination for LTE Systems},
  author={Daewon Lee and Geoffrey Ye Li and Suwen Tang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
Intercell interference coordination (ICIC) techniques not only help improve cellular data coverage but allow more efficient use of a valuable wireless spectrum as well. This paper investigates soft frequency reuse (SFR), which is a form of ICIC, for long-term evolution (LTE) systems. By analyzing the throughput of the SFR scheme, we find that classifying cell-edge users and cell-center users is critical. Thus, we develop low-complexity decentralized SFR scheduling algorithms that include… CONTINUE READING


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