Self-organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse Through Distributed Inter-cell Coordination: The Case of Best-E ort TraÆc

@inproceedings{StolyarSelforganizingDF,
  title={Self-organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse Through Distributed Inter-cell Coordination: The Case of Best-E ort Tra{\aE}c},
  author={Alexander L. Stolyar and Harish Viswanathan}
}
Improving cell edge data rates and self-optimization of the network are important objectives for next generation cellular systems. Towards realizing these goals, we propose algorithms that automatically create eÆcient, soft fractional frequency reuse (FFR) patterns for enhancing performance of orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) based cellular systems for forward link best e ort (BE) traÆc, in particular for cell edge users. The Multi-sector Gradient (MGR) algorithm adjusts… CONTINUE READING