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An Efficient Resource Allocation Scheme For An Integrated Satellite/Terrestrial Networks
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An Efficient Resource Allocation Scheme For An Integrated Satellite/Terrestrial Networks
Park, Unhee; Kim, Hee Wook; Oh, Dae-Sub; Jang, Dae-Ik;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose an efficient resource allocation scheme for the integrated satellite/terrestrial networks. The proposed scheme is a frequency sharing technique to mitigate the inter-component interferences which can be generated between a satellite beam and terrestrial cells that are operated in the same frequency. The proposed dynamic resource allocation scheme can mitigate the total inter-component interference by optimizing the total transmission power and it can expect a result of which can lead to an increase in capacity. In such a system, the interference situation can be affected by the distributed traffic demands or up/down link communications environments. In this point of view, we evaluate the performance of the total consumed power, the amount of inter-component interference with respect to different traffic distributions and interference environments between the satellite beam and terrestrial systems.
 Keywords
integrated system;interference;resource allocation;frequency sharing;up/down link;
 Language
Korean
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