Sectoring of a locally centralized communication system in an indoor environment

@inproceedings{Radio2000SectoringOA,
  title={Sectoring of a locally centralized communication system in an indoor environment},
  author={Stefan Pettersson Radio},
  year={2000}
}
Future indoor communication systems will support different services with varying quality demands. Centralized radio resource management (RRM) is suitable for these types of systems. With central control the existing users can be protected and given priority over new allocations. The drawback is generally considered to be increased complexity. By dividing the coverage area into smaller segments using multiple controllers, the computational complexity can be reduced. The price for reduced… CONTINUE READING

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