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Application of 3G PCS technologies to rapidly deployable mobile networks

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In this article, a rapidly deployable PCS architecture based on our novel resource management scheme, namely, virtual cell layout (VCL), is introduced. VCL is used to develop new self-organization and routing procedures that mitigate the scalability problem of infrastructureless routing and resource management. In VCL, the communication area is tessellated with regularly shaped fixed-size virtual cells. Radio resources such as frequency carriers and CDMA codes are assigned to the fixed cells of this layout. The real cells, which do not need to be the some size as the virtual cells, can move over the VCL cells. Simulation results show that the VCL-based architecture satisfies the requirement for rapid deployment and can provide an acceptable grade of service.

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Network, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 5 )