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ISSN Print: 2229-5518 12    
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An Intelligent Approach for Dense Urban Area in existing 2G / 2.5G
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Author(s)
Sumit Katiyar , Prof. R. K. Jain, Prof. N. K. Agrawal
KEYWORDS
AFA, A-SDMA, Interference, Power Consumption, QoS, RF Pollution, SIR, Spectral Density
ABSTRACT
In the prevailing scenario audio, video, data services (i.e. internet), multimedia and broadcasting etc. are being integrated. Decreasing cell size increases capacity but at the same time increases fluctuation and interference too. The intelligence approach is the only answer in developing countries where frequency and power are scarce resources. In this paper, we have tried to integrate all proven technologies in networking such as in-building network, micro zone, intelligent micro cell, deployment along city streets, tunnels, subway coverage etc. along with adaptive frequency allocation in hierarchical approach with the help of adaptive / intelligent antenna system. A-SDMA approach will further enhance spectral efficiency as well as QoS (Quality of Service). It can be proved beyond doubt that this integrated approach will convert 2G / 2.5G systems capable of handling the prevailing demand at reduced cost. In addition to it, integrated approach will save power and reduce RF pollution. In this paper we have explained the ill effect of cellular growth in terms of health hazard and increased power consumption. We have also suggested ways and means to overcome these problems (spectral density / capacity, QoS, power consumption and RF pollution etc.)
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