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Self-organizing channel assignment for wireless systems

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CDMA has many benefits compared to TDMA and FDMA systems mainly because it is inherently self organizing. This article shows how the benefits of self organization can be extended to TDMA and FDMA systems also, and describes the results of research conducted by the authors. Self-organizing channel assignment not only increases the capacity and improves the call quality, but also obviates the need for frequency planning, which opens the door for innovative new services and technologies to be introduced into the operators' systems. This makes self-organization useful even in areas where operators are not yet facing capacity problems

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 8 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1997

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