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## A fully distributed power control algorithm for cellular mobile systems (1996)

Venue: | IEEE J. Select. Areas Commun |

Citations: | 12 - 0 self |

### Citations

648 | framework for uplink power control in cellular radio systems
- Yates, BA
- 1995
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Citation Context ... between the th mobile user and the base station Let denote the CIR requirement for the th user. For all the users to meet their CIR requirements, we must find a power set such that and for all As in =-=[4]-=-, such a power set is called a feasible power set. Given a configuration specified by if there exists a feasible power set , then this configuration is said to be feasible. III. POWER CONTROL PROCEDUR... |

373 |
Performance of optimum transmitter power control in cellular radio systems,”
- Zander
- 1992
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Citation Context ...mmon techniquewhich can be used to reduce interference and allow as many receivers as possible to obtain satisfactory reception. Many power control algorithms have recently been proposed and analyzed =-=[1]-=-–[9]. In general, one can categorize power control algorithms into centralized and distributed. Centralized power control can achieve optimum outage probability [1], [5], [7] but requires link gains b... |

294 |
On the capacity of a cellular CDMA system,”
- Gilhousen, Jacobs, et al.
- 1991
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Citation Context ...en to be 1.2288 Mb/s, the same as that of current IS-95 cellular CDMA system. The data rate is 9.6 kb/s, and hence, the processing gain is 128. To obtain a bit error probability of 10 it was reported =-=[10]-=- that the required is 7 dB. Since the CIR requirement for all users is set to 14 dB here. The link gain is modeled as where is the attenuation factor, is the distance between the th mobile user and th... |

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Distributed power control in cellular radio systems,”
- Grandhi, Vijayan, et al.
- 1994
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Citation Context ...for a large network or an environment where link gains change rapidly. Some distributed power control algorithms which use only local carrier-to-interference ratio (CIR) information were studied [2], =-=[3]-=-, [5], [6]. Among these algorithms, the fully distributed power control (FDPC) algorithm was reported in [6] to outperform others in finding a feasible power set, i.e., a power set which can meet the ... |

22 |
cochannel interference control in cellular radio systems,”
- “Distributed
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ible for a large network or an environment where link gains change rapidly. Some distributed power control algorithms which use only local carrier-to-interference ratio (CIR) information were studied =-=[2]-=-, [3], [5], [6]. Among these algorithms, the fully distributed power control (FDPC) algorithm was reported in [6] to outperform others in finding a feasible power set, i.e., a power set which can meet... |

14 | Efficient distributed power control for cellular mobile systems - Kim, Chang, et al. - 1997 |

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Downlink power allocation and adjustment for CDMA cellular systems
- Kim
- 1997
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Citation Context ... techniquewhich can be used to reduce interference and allow as many receivers as possible to obtain satisfactory reception. Many power control algorithms have recently been proposed and analyzed [1]–=-=[9]-=-. In general, one can categorize power control algorithms into centralized and distributed. Centralized power control can achieve optimum outage probability [1], [5], [7] but requires link gains betwe... |

3 | Downlink power control algorithms for cellular radio systems
- Lee, Lin, et al.
- 1995
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Citation Context ...tly been proposed and analyzed [1]–[9]. In general, one can categorize power control algorithms into centralized and distributed. Centralized power control can achieve optimum outage probability [1], =-=[5]-=-, [7] but requires link gains between all mobile users and the base station. Thus centralized power control is not feasible for a large network or an environment where link gains change rapidly. Some ... |

2 |
Transmitter power control for DS/CDMA cellular mobile radio networks
- Femenias, Perez-Briceno, et al.
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Citation Context ...een proposed and analyzed [1]–[9]. In general, one can categorize power control algorithms into centralized and distributed. Centralized power control can achieve optimum outage probability [1], [5], =-=[7]-=- but requires link gains between all mobile users and the base station. Thus centralized power control is not feasible for a large network or an environment where link gains change rapidly. Some distr... |

2 |
Elements of cellular mobile radio”,
- Lee
- 1986
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Citation Context ... variables with 0 dB expectation and dB log-variance. The parameter value of in the range of 4–10 dB and the propagation constant in the range of 3–5 usually provide good models for urban propagation =-=[11]-=-. In our simulations, we choose and as in [10]. The number of iterations is chosen to be eight. The outage probability is defined as the ratio of the number of removed connections to the number of tot... |