Interference Management in Femtocells by the Adaptive Network Sensing Power Control Technique
AbstractThe overlay integration of low-power femtocells over macrocells in a heterogeneous network (HetNet) plays an important role in dealing with the increasing demand of spectral efficiency, coverage and higher data rates, at a nominal cost to network operators. However, the downlink (DL) transmission power of an inadequately deployed femtocell causes inter-cell interference (ICI), which leads to severe degradation and sometimes link failure for nearby macrocell users. In this paper, we propose an adaptive network sensing (ANS) technique for downlink power control to obviate the ICI. The simulation results have shown that the ANS power control technique successfully decreases the cell-edge macro user’s interference and enhances the throughput performance of macro users, while also optimizing the coverage and capacity of the femtocell. When compared with the Femto User Equipment (FUE)-assisted and Macro User Equipment (MUE)-assisted power control technique, the proposed technique offers a good tradeoff in reducing interference to macro users, while maintaining the quality of service (QoS) requirement of the femtocell users. View Full-Text
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Hassan, T.U.; Gao, F.; Jalal, B.; Arif, S. Interference Management in Femtocells by the Adaptive Network Sensing Power Control Technique. Future Internet 2018, 10, 25.
Hassan TU, Gao F, Jalal B, Arif S. Interference Management in Femtocells by the Adaptive Network Sensing Power Control Technique. Future Internet. 2018; 10(3):25.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hassan, Tehseen U.; Gao, Fei; Jalal, Babur; Arif, Sheeraz. 2018. "Interference Management in Femtocells by the Adaptive Network Sensing Power Control Technique." Future Internet 10, no. 3: 25.
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