Ni, S. and Hanzo, L.
Genetically Enhanced Performance of a UTRA-like Time-Division Duplex CDMA Network.
In, IEEE VTC'05 (Spring), Clarion Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden,
30 May - 01 Jun 2005.
In this contribution a Dynamic Channel Allocation (DCA) algorithm is developed, which minimizes the amount of Multi-User Interference (MUI) experienced at the Base Stations (BSs) by employing Genetic Algorithms (GAs). A GA is utilized for finding a suboptimum, but highly beneficial Uplink (UL) or Downlink (DL) Timeslot (TS) allocation for improving the achievable performance of the third generation UTRA system’s Time Division Duplex (TDD) mode. It is demonstrated that a GA-assisted UL/DL timeslot scheduling scheme may avoid the severe BS to BS inter-cell interference potentially inflicted by the UTRA TDD CDMA air interface owing to allowing all TSs to be used both in the UL and DL
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