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Title: On the long-term wireless network deployment strategies
Authors: WU QI MING
Keywords: Cell planning, Multi-period optimization, Mixed integer programming, Projected traffic demand, Decision analysis
Issue Date: 13-Feb-2009
Citation: WU QI MING (2009-02-13). On the long-term wireless network deployment strategies. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The deployment of wireless networks needs to consider both the cost and the system performance metrics. The design objective is to decide the optimal placement of access points (or base stations) and to assign the available radio resources to the traffic demand points with guaranteed performance, while keeping the deployment cost at its minimum. A platform to look into the deployment of wireless networks is setup to optimize the profit generated over multiple periods each with different projected spatial traffic demands. Adjustable transmission range is made possible through power control to minimize the amount of interference among neighbouring access points while maintaining the required received signal quality at the demand point traffic. Algorithms for various multi-periods optimization scenarios are also proposed. With the knowledge on the projected demand traffic in subsequent periods, algorithms to maximize the long term profit are also developed for the case when the projected traffic is either probabilistic or deterministic.
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