Dynamic Channel Assignment with Cumulative Cochannel Interference


Calculating C/I threshold B for modeling cumulative co-channel interference.

The minimum reuse distance as a function of the C/I threshold B is shown in this figure.

 The approach used to estimate B is described here: cir_ratio.pdf

Calculating the average channel demand

Our DCA algorithm is applied to time-varying demand functions in each Type_v cell. The demands are generating by two state (on-off) arrival processes with uniformly distributed holding times. The average demand per cell is a parameter of interest. It is useful for renormalizing the blocking probabilities generated by different spatial ensembles. The calculation of average channel demand under these traffic patterns is described here: mcdemand.pdf



K. Daniels, K. Chandra, S. Liu and S. Widhani

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