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Title: Novel techniques for integration of super-users in cellular networks
Keywords: overlapping, cellular networks, capacity, coverage, load-sharing, data-splitting
Issue Date: 3-Jun-2005
Citation: COLIN CYRILLE BENOLT MARIE (2005-06-03). Novel techniques for integration of super-users in cellular networks. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This work proposes and analyses a method for smooth accommodation of a class of super data users within 2.5G / 3G TDMA cellular systems. It is well known that the current and coming data services for wireless mobile users are very limited, mainly due to the capacity problems. Introduction of a class of super data users is therefore very challenging. This method proposes to take advantage of the simultaneous services of a plurality of base-stations. Splitting the data stream from a plurality of servers to the mobile achieving thereby an optimal sharing of the load can greatly accommodate super-users compared to a normal system. It is shown that the almost continuous overlapping created by adjacent and umbrella cells makes this scheme possible. The design and performance of this scheme is then investigated. We conclude on the concrete applications of this concept, which are typically: demanding individual super-users (security / business) and â¿¿aggregatedâ¿ super-users (mobile hot-spots in buses or trains aggregating all the passengersâ¿¿ needs in one pipe).
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