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In this project we present a new interference model for full-duplex dense network (FD-UDN), taking into consideration the inter-cell interference, self-interference, and cross-tier interference. Then, the optimization problem of sub channel allocation and power control is formulated and solved in order to maximize the sum-rate of the small cells. As the direct and unified allocation for the links of small cells will result in large complexity in FD-UDN, we decompose the resource allocation into inter-cell and intra-cell, while the inter-cell allocation is further decomposed into sub channel allocation and power control, and the subsequent intra-cell allocation performs the sub channel allocation between links. Additionally, the average channel gains are used in the inter-cell interference calculation to obtain an approximate result and reduce the complexity.
- joint optimization of resource allocation in a heterogeneous network
- Time slot scheduling and power allocation scheme of single FD cell
- Low throughput rate with the UE increase in change also.
- Secret cryptography and key management should be made with much more advancement enabled this make much complicated of the system
- LTE network with decode and forward relaying strategy with high throughput analysis over existing system and real time system analysis.
- Eaves dropper analysis.
- Full-Duplex Dense Network (FD-UDN)
- Decision based sensing and acquiring the available spectrum over the network leads to analyze the network available in front of the system and feasible to attain much high data rate over the networks
- Quality of service (QoS) obtained by each secondary user will increase high in a manner.
- Urgent needed data transfer application
- Networks under people much unreachable area
- MATLAB 2018 or above versions
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