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|Title:||On the performance of densified DVB-H single frequency networks|
|Citation:||International Journal of Mobile Network Design and Innovation, 1(3/4): 224-233|
|Abstract:||The broadcasting of TV programmes to mobile phones can be enabled by the newly developed technology called Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld (DVB-H). Because of the scarcity and cost of frequency resources, frequency reuse needs to be considered when rolling out DVB-H networks. By simulcasting the same content from several transmitters, a Single Frequency Network (SFN) can provide good coverage and good frequency efficiency. In this paper, the performance of densified DVB-H SFN networks is analysed in terms of the coverage probability under different coverage requirements with and without frequency reuse. A dichotomy searching approach is used to determine the optimal cell radius for a cell in a densified DVB-H SFN for a given network topology. Based on the optimal cell radius map and a SFN gain map generated from the simulation results, guidelines are proposed on how to avoid the potential pitfalls in configuring the parameters of a densified DVB-H SFN network and optimise its parameters in terms of minimising the cost of the network for a range of predefined network parameters.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic and Computer Engineering|
Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers
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