Self-Organizing Resource Management Framework in OFDMA Femtocells - 2015
Next generation wireless networks (i.e., WiMAX, LTE) give higher bandwidth and spectrum potency leveraging smaller (femto) cells with orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA). The uncoordinated, dense deployments of femtocells but, create several distinctive challenges referring to interference and resource management in OFDMA femtocell networks. Towards addressing these challenges, we tend to propose RADION, a distributed resource management framework that effectively manages interference across femtocells. RADION's core building blocks enable femtocells to opportunistically confirm the available resources during a utterly distributed and efficient manner. Further, RADION's modular nature paves the method for different resource management solutions to be incorporated in the framework. We tend to implement RADION on a real WiMAX femtocell testbed deployed during a typical indoor setting. 2 distributed solutions are enabled through RADION and their performance is studied to focus on their quick self-organization into efficient resource allocations.
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