Strict Frequency Reuse in Ultra Dense Networks

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Conference Proceeding
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IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON, 2019, 2018-October pp. 1027 - 1032
Issue Date:
2019-02-22
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© 2018 IEEE. In this paper, the Ultra Dense Network (UDN) using Strict Frequency Reuse (FR) is modelled according to the 3GPP recommendations. The recent developed stretch path loss model is utilised to replace the traditional one. The user performance expressions in terms of user classification probability and average coverage probability are derived in Rayleigh fading environment. Throughout the analytical results, which are verified by Monte Carlo simulation, the new findings are presented such as in deep fading environment, the received signal strength at the user keeps constant when the transmit power of Base Station (BS) varies; when the density of BSs increases, the Cell-Center User (CCU) performance reduces continuously while Cell-Edge User (CEU) performance fluctuates.
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