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 Title & Authors
The Operation Method of Coordinated Multi-point Transmission/Reception in Cloud Base Station
Park, Soon-Gi; Shin, Yeon-Seung; Song, Pyeong-Jung; Kim, Dae-Young;
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 Abstract
Mobile operators are considering a variety of technical measures to cope with the explosion of data while reducing TCO(Total Cost of Ownership) of their networks. In this paper, to investigate the possibility about one of such technical measures, system level simulation to evaluate the performance of the capacity and mobility was performed in cloud base station structure to apply coordinated multi-point transmission and reception. As a result, we find out that system capacity and mobility performance may be improved according to the scale and application area of cloud base station with the operation of coordinated multi-point transmission and reception, and these mutual causality can provide practical guidelines to mobile network's operation.
 Keywords
Cloud Base Station;Coordinated Multi-point(CoMP);Joint Processing;Joint Transmission;Distributed Antenna System(DAS);Cloud;Remote Radio Head(RRH);
 Language
Korean
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