AU-KBC RESEARCH CENTRE
In this final-year project, the performance of three channel schemes in dynamic packet assignment is studied. Dynamic packet assignemtn leads to better utilization of the air interface spectrum, due to the flexibility obtained by using any channel in any cell as long as interference power or ratio of interference to signal power levels are below a certain threshold.
simulations are performed to compare the performance of the three channel
allocation schemes for varying system parameters. Based on the results
obtained, conclusions are made about the relative performance of the three
The simulations are also performed for varying traffic distributions. Conclusions about the optimum positions of base stations in a cell are made from the results obtained.