Multi-hop radio access cellular concept for fourth-generation mobile communications system

@inproceedings{Yamao2002MultihopRA,
  title={Multi-hop radio access cellular concept for fourth-generation mobile communications system},
  author={Yasushi Yamao and Toru Otsu and Atsushi Fujiwara and Hidekazu Murata and Susumu Yoshida},
  booktitle={PIMRC},
  year={2002}
}
This paper proposes a Multi-hop Radio Access Cellular (MRAC) scheme for achieving both highspeed/high-capacity and good area coverage in fourth generation mobile communications systems. In this scheme, we assume two kinds of hop stations, one is a dedicated repeater station installed at a good propagation location such as a rooftop, and the other is a user terminal that temporarily experiences good propagation conditions. For both cases, the path diversity effect can be obtained between single… CONTINUE READING
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