Channel assignment schemes for cellular mobile telecommunication systems: a comprehensive survey

I. Katzela, M. Naghshineh
1996 IEEE personal communications  
1 In practice, each channel can generate some interference in the adjacent channels. However, the effect of such interference can be reduced by adequate adjacent channel separation. Abstract This article provides a detailed discussion of wireless resource and channel allocation schemes. The authors provide a survey of a large number of published papers in the area of fixed, dynamic, and hybrid allocation schemes and compare their trade-offs in terms of complexity and performance. We also
more » ... gate these channel allocation schemes based on other factors such as distributed/centralized control and adaptability to traffic conditions. Moreover, we provide a detailed discussion on reuse partitioning schemes, the effect of handoffs, and prioritization schemes. Finally, we discuss other important issues in resource allocation such as overlay cells, frequency planning, and power control. Blocking probability NN, MD, NN + 1, FCA Forced call termination MD, NN + 1, NN, FCA Channel changing MD, NN + 1, FCA, NN Carried traffic FCA, NN + 1, NN, MD Category Results
doi:10.1109/98.511762 fatcat:wq4hrzkpgve3bo7xm7rnjw3izi