PROJECT TITLE :
Self-organization in disaster-resilient heterogeneous small cell networks
Heterogeneous tiny cell networks with overlay femtocells and macrocell is a promising resolution for future heterogeneous wireless cellular communications. However, nice resilience is required in heterogeneous small cells in case of accidents, attacks, and natural disasters. In this article, we have a tendency to 1st describe the network architecture of DRHSCNs, where many self-organization impressed approaches are applied. Primarily based on the proposed resilient heterogeneous little cell network design, self-configuring (power, physical cell ID, and neighbor cell list self-configuration) and self-optimizing (coverage and capability optimization and mobility robustness optimization) techniques are investigated within the DRHSCN. Simulation results show that self-configuration and self-optimization will effectively improve the performance of the deployment and operation of little cell networks in disaster scenarios.
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