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10 - Uplink Performance Analysis of Ultra-Dense Networks

from Part IV - Dynamic Time Division Duplexing

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 June 2022

David López-Pérez
Affiliation:
Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory, Huawei Technologies
Ming Ding
Affiliation:
Data61, CSIRO, Australia
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Chapter 10, in contrast to all the previous chapters that focused on the performance of the downlink, analyzes the performance of the uplink of an ultra-dense network. Importantly, this chapter shows that the phenomena presented in – and the conclusions derived from – all the previous chapters also apply to the uplink, despite its different features, e.g. uplink transmit power control, inter-cell interference source distribution. System-level simulations are used in this chapter to conduct the study.

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Print publication year: 2022

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