Journal article

Minimising channel interference in real cellular radio networks

KA Smith, BK Kim, GF Sargent

GLOBECOM 98: IEEE GLOBECOM 1998 - CONFERENCE RECORD, VOLS 1-6 | IEEE | Published : 1998

Abstract

This paper considers the channel assignment problem in a real cellular radio network in Jakarta, Indonesia. Differences between the channel assignment problem considered in the literature and the requirements of the real system are discussed. A heuristic method for determining an unknown set of interference rules is proposed and simulated annealing is used to obtain a channel assignment which satisfies these rules. Results are presented which demonstrate the potential of the technique in terms of reduced interference levels and a vast reduction in computation time.

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