Automatic Planning and Optimisation of In-building CDMA Systems
This thesis aims to produce a unique framework for creating an automatic optimisation tool for solving the CDMA base station placement problem. This framework contains a number of mathematical models that describe various deployment scenarios and a number of customised optimisation algorithms that solve these models. Although the work presented in this thesis does not result in a complete design tool, the findings are expected to provide a solid foundation for the development of such a tool. During the course of study, a number of issues associated with the proposed planning approach have been discussed and some future research directions have been identified. The results from the example problems have shown that automatic optimisation has the potential to reduce the planning time significantly, assess system performance accurately and utilise limited resources efficiently. These benefits certainly confirm the need for such a tool and reinforce the importance of the work documented in this thesis.
Advisor:Kevin W. Sowerby; Michael J. Neve
School Location:New Zealand
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:optimisation linear programming wireless communications interference cdma base stations planning
Date of Publication:01/01/2007