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Joint Spatial Division and Reuse for Maximizing Network Throughput in Densely-Deployed Massive MIMO WLANs
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 Title & Authors
Joint Spatial Division and Reuse for Maximizing Network Throughput in Densely-Deployed Massive MIMO WLANs
Choi, Kyung Jun; Kim, Kyung Jun; Kim, Kwang Soon;
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 Abstract
In this paper, joint spatial division and reuse (JSDR) scheme is proposed for maximizing network throughput in densely-deployed wireless local area networks equipped with massive antenna array. The proposed JSDR scheme divides the massive spatial space into two subspaces: one is for suppressing the interference from the neighboring access points and another is for sensing the carrier sensing and transmitting the information-bearing signals to intended stations. By using computer simulation, the proposed JSDR can provide 133% higher network throughput, compared to the carrier sensing technique defined in the IEEE 802.11 standard so that the proposed JSDR is suitable for the next generation WLAN systems.
 Keywords
spatial division;spatial reuse;carrier sensing threshold;massive MIMO;WLAN;
 Language
Korean
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