Handover algorithm of the McWiLL system in the mode of radio channel resource allocation conflict elimination

Annotation. The McWiLL system handover mode, designed to eliminate conflicts in the distribution of radio channel resources, focused on the spatial selection of radio signals of subscribers of neighboring base stations, carried out by 8-element adaptive antenna arrays, is considered. An algorithm for controlling the adaptive antenna arrays of base stations, focused on eliminating conflicts at maximum loads, is described. The description of the spatial selection algorithm, focused on conditions of the possible absence of line-of-sight traces and, as a result, arbitrary laws of the amplitude-phase distributions of the fields on antennas, is given. A numerical relationship is established between the energy reserve at the edges of the service areas and the equivalent angular distance between subscribers, sufficient for conflict-free spatial separation of identical spectral-time resources. It is shown that the input of a controlled delay parameter in the synchronization mode will allow the implementation of spatial separation of subscribers served by a single base station in the McWiLL system.

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