Reuse partitioning in cellular systems

Reuse partitioning in cellular systems,10.1109/VTC.1983.1623156,S. W. Halpern

Reuse partitioning in cellular systems   (Citations: 97)
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The concept of reuse partitioning in cellular system design is introduced. It is shown that reuse partitioning has the potential for: • Increasing system capacity over that which can be achieved with a single reuse factor for a given performance objective. • Affording greater protection to those system users that need it most. • Being fully compatible with the concepts of overlaid cells and retained channel sets. • Having a minimal impact on cell-site RF architecture. • Providing a near continuum of equivalent reuse factors in cellular system design. The implications of reuse partitioning on cellular system performance, growth, channel assignment, RF hardware, supervisory-audio-tone (SAT) assignment, and channel selection and control are discussed.
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