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Removing Inter-Cell Interference in Cellular Network through Implementation of FFR Scheme


P.Muthu Priya , Francis Xavier Engineering College; A.Alan Selva Denis, Francis Xavier Engineering College; M.Iswarya, Francis Xavier Engineering College


Base Station (BS) density, heterogeneous cellular networks


In cellular network, both the homogeneous and heterogeneous cellular networks there are some problem known as issues. Those issues are concentrated and forwarding steps are taken to overcome the issues. For minimizing the demerits, at each level their performance level is monitored. From certain proposed results, heterogeneous cellular is best for networking. In homogeneous cellular networks, numerical results both upper and lower bounds of optimal BS density are consequential. The heterogeneous cellular networks is revealed as the best type of cellular network in networking. In cellular system, inter-cell interference (ICI) reduces system capacity by aggravating receiving performance of cell edge user. Therefore, to mitigate ICI is very important issue in cellular system. To overcome this ICI problem, fractional frequency reuse (FFR) is introduced. The FFR is performed by separating one cell into three FFR regions and allocates different frequency to each region. By doing this, each user can ignore interference from adjacent cell since it is interference control technique.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I30017
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2015
Page(s): 153-157

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