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Influence of Network Deployment on Resource Block Allocation

Abstract : —In this paper, the influence of network deployment on downlink dimensioning under an interference limited regime is studied. Theoretical and numerical results are derived for a network deployed as a Poisson point process. We show that slightly degraded propagation conditions has a beneficial effect on network dimensioning and performance. Spatial influence is also studied thanks to the β-Ginibre model. Simulations show that a regularly deployed network improves dramatically spectrum usage and network performances.
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Jean-Sébastien Gomez, Anaïs Vergne, P Martins, Laurent Decreusefond, Wei Chen. Influence of Network Deployment on Resource Block Allocation. 2016. ⟨hal-01405368⟩

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