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Antenna Polarization Isolation and Resource Control for Frequency Interference Reduction Between Opposite Sectors
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 Title & Authors
Antenna Polarization Isolation and Resource Control for Frequency Interference Reduction Between Opposite Sectors
Seo, Sung Won; Lee, Sung Min; Kim, Yong Sin;
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 Abstract
This paper presents the method of antenna polarization isolation and resource control for frequency interference reduction due to the frequency reuse between opposite sectors. We have examined the frequency interference between opposite sectors which is occurred by operating base station for reducing frequency interference. The base station has a frequency reusing structure in opposite sector. So, the base station can make a in-band frequency interference. In order to minimize frequency interference, we proposed two methods. The first is the antenna polarization isolation method. The CINR was improved to 27dB from 17dB when using the antenna polarization isolation. The second is resource control which is the method for lining up the RF power and limiting RF power control range of each link. In this paper, by using the proposed two methods, presents a scheme that reduces frequency interference in the frequency reusing structure.
 Keywords
Frequency Reuse;Frequency Interference;Resource Control;
 Language
Korean
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