Multi-Objective Network Design and Optimization for Wireless Local Area Networks

Abstract

This paper presents a multi-objective wireless local area networks design and optimization. The proposed model combines three problems together, including the optimal access point placement, the frequency channel assignment and the power level assignment. In addition, it accounts for user population density in the service area, traffic demand characteristics and the physical structure of the service area. The design model aims to determine a network configuration that optimizes the network quality of services in term of the radio signal coverage and the data rate capacity to serve expected user traffic demand in the service area. Numerical results and sensitivity analysis is performed to analyze the network quality of service. Key-Words: Multi-objective, Optimization, Network design, Wireless Local Area Networks

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@inproceedings{Prommak2008MultiObjectiveND, title={Multi-Objective Network Design and Optimization for Wireless Local Area Networks}, author={Chutima Prommak}, year={2008} }