Different dynamic channel allocation (DCA) strategies based on local signal strength measures are evaluated in terms of the degree of frequency reuse they can afford. Fixed and dynamic channel allocation schemes are compared by using a simulation model, which overcomes the limitations of models traditionally used in literature. Valuable results show the superiority of DCA schemes in various scenarios characterized by different patterns of traffic and propagation conditions

The Impact of Signal Strength Measures on the Efficiency of Dynamic Channel Allocation Technique

BORGONOVO, FLAMINIO;CAPONE, ANTONIO;
1998

Abstract

Different dynamic channel allocation (DCA) strategies based on local signal strength measures are evaluated in terms of the degree of frequency reuse they can afford. Fixed and dynamic channel allocation schemes are compared by using a simulation model, which overcomes the limitations of models traditionally used in literature. Valuable results show the superiority of DCA schemes in various scenarios characterized by different patterns of traffic and propagation conditions
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cellular radio; dynamic channel allocation techniques; frequency reuse; Interchannel interference
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