Power Control Schemes for Interference Management in LTE-Advanced Heterogeneous Networks
Amandeep1, Sanjeev Kumar2, Vikas Chauhan3, Hari Saroop4
1Amandeep, Assistant Professor Department Of Computer Science In Guru Jambheshwar University Hisar (Haryana).
2Sanjeev Kumar, Associate Professor Guru Jambheshwar University Of Science & Technology, HISAR.
3Vikas Chauhan, MCA And M. TECH Degree Under The Department Of Computer Science And Engineering From The Guru Jambheshwar University Science &Technology Hisar (Haryana).
4Hari Saroo, M. Tech Degree Under The Department Of Computer Science And Engineering From The Guru Jambheshwar University Science &Technology Hisar (Haryana).
Manuscript received on November 15, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on November 23, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 30, 2019. | PP: 378-383 | Volume-8 Issue-4, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: D6906118419/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.D6906.118419
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Abstract: The issue of inter-cell interference with the co-tier and cross-tier arises in LTE-A Heterogeneous networks when thelow power base station deployed in a huge number in the ultra-densities area. This problem is managed by RRM (Radio Resource Management)technique. RRM uses different algorithms, application, and parameters to avoid and mitigate co-channel and cross-channel interference. The main objective of the Radio Resource Management is to maximize the use of limited resources. It manages all the resources like power, frequency and time. The power control Radio Resource Management scheme is used to control the interference between Femto to Femtocells and Femto to Macrocells. These resources are regulated separately or in combination,the approach is called hybrid Radio Resource Management. In this paper various Power schemebased on Fixed, Constant Femto Base Station and Targeted SINR is used. These Powers control Scheme are applied to the networktopology with increment in the size of femto cell range and number of femto and macro userin increment order. The performance is analyzed on SINR, pathloss and throughput. The comparison results of in between Fixed, Constant Femto Base Station and Targeted SINR power schemeare shown in graphs. The result reflects that constant FBS scheme has outperformed in user increment scenario and range increment scenario.
Keywords: Femtocells, Resource allocation, LTE, Fixed, Constant Femto Base Station and Targeted SINR.
Scope of the Article: Disaster Management.