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R.F. Pollution Reduction in Cellular Communication
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.548-553  
Sumit Katiyar , Prof. R. K. Jain, Prof. N. K. Agrawal
— R.F. Pollution, Smart / Adaptive Antenna, Hierarchical Cellular Structure, A-SDMA, Macrocell, Microcell, Picocell
R. F. pollution has been recognized as health hazard in India in the prevailing circumstances. There is lot of hue and cry against cellular towers installed in residential area. Recently high court in India has issued an order not to install towers in residential areas. For meeting the exponential demand of cellular communication in India this will be a set back for future growth. An appropriate solution has to be developed for meeting demand as well as RF pollution concern of the society. This paper deals with the installation of low power base stations in residential areas instead of high power macro cell base stations. Macro stations are proposed to be used for fast traffic, low power micro cell for a slow traffic / pedestrian and pico cell / femto cell for indoor use. These cells will be in hierarchical structure along with adaptive frequency allocation techniques and A-SDMA approach.
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