Power Loading based on Portfolio Theory for Densified Millimeter-Wave Small-Cell Communications

01/31/2019
by   Shuyi Shen, et al.
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We experimentally demonstrate a novel scheme of power loading based on portfolio theory for millimeter-wave small-cell densification. By exploiting the statistical characteristics of interference, this approach improves the average throughput by 91

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