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Tesi etd-01272011-171923


Thesis type
Tesi di laurea specialistica
Author
PII, VINCENZO MARIA
URN
etd-01272011-171923
Title
Throughput-Optimal Link Scheduling for LTE-Advanced Networks with Relays
Struttura
INGEGNERIA
Corso di studi
INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA
Supervisors
relatore Prof. Lenzini, Luciano
relatore Ing. Stea, Giovanni
relatore Ing. Andreozzi, Matteo Maria
Parole chiave
  • omnet++
  • omnet
  • interference
  • computer simulations
  • throughput maximization
  • lte
  • performance evaluation
  • relay
  • allocation
  • subframe
  • resources
  • access
  • backhaul
  • 4G
  • cellular network
Data inizio appello
04/03/2011;
ConsultabilitĂ 
Parziale
Data di rilascio
04/03/2051
Riassunto analitico
Next generation wireless networks are required to support the mobile users’ increasing traffic demand and to provide an extended high data-rate coverage.
The LTE technology uses advanced techniques such as OFDMA, in order to efficiently respond to the growing interest of both users and providers in high-performance mobile networks.
LTE-Advanced is a further improvement towards the definition of a 4G wireless network, as it is designed to meet the IMT-Advanced requirements. One of the key elements introduced with this technology is the employment of relay nodes.
The use of this devices implies the deployment of new cell architectures and consequently, it poses new challenges in the definition of efficient resource allocation schemes.
In this work, an algorithm to determine the throughput-optimal link scheduling has been designed, implemented end evaluated through computer simulations.
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