Optimal channel allocation with dynamic power control in cellular networks

@article{Wu2011OptimalCA,
  title={Optimal channel allocation with dynamic power control in cellular networks},
  author={Xin Wu and Arunita Jaekel and Ataul Bari},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1103.3721}
}
Techniques for channel allocation in cellular networks have been an area of intense research interest for many years. An efficient channel allocation scheme can significantly reduce call-blocking and calldropping probabilities. Another important issue is to effectively manage the power requirements for communication. An efficient power control strategy leads to reduced power consumption and improved signal quality. In this paper, we present a novel integer linear program (ILP) formulation that… 

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