Movement of subscribers

Simultaneous movement of a significant number of mobile communication network’s subscribers defines one of the main peculiarities of network operation. As a result of their movement some of the subscribers can change the point of their individual radio connection to the core network, can build up areas of local accumulation and local sparsity. Significant changes of radio-signal propagation over the path and emergence of fading are possible due to subscribers’ movement. All this leads to the need to control the operation of the entire network and of each individual radio link.  The specially developed Mobile Management system (MM) is used in the 2G – 3G networks. However, the structure and geometry of cells remain fixed (static). The McWiLL system represents an option of the active development of mobile radio communications and implements an active control of antenna patterns so that the tracking of moving subscribers becomes possible. Adaptive algorithms are actively used to distribute resources over the great number of subscribers depending on their spatial location.