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Power Delay Profile in Coordinated Distributed Networks: User Centric v/s Disjoint Clustering

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Citation Author(s):
Raviraj Adve
Submitted by:
Hussein Ammar
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13 November 2019 - 11:43am
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Hussein A. Ammar
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Power delay profiles (PDPs) are an important factor in the design of wireless networks, e.g., in choosing the length of a cyclic prefix. While distributed networks are receiving increasing attention, the impact of cooperation on the PDP has not been addressed. We address this issue in this paper. Specifically, we analyze a network where each user is served by a cluster of Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) with RRH locations modeled as a Poisson point process. We compare and contrast user-centric (where the serving RRHs are in a circle centered at the user) and the disjoint clustering (where the network is partitioned into fixed regions and all users within a region are served by all RRHs in the same region). Our analysis provides effective tools for the design of distributed networks illustrating the benefits of user-centric clustering in both power and delay metrics.

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