Research and Application on the Regular Hexagon Covering Honeycomb Model
To ensure all the users can communicate at the same time, to solve the repeater coordination and the number of repeaters when the region, users and number of PLs are fixed, and to consider the two situations of users evenly distributed and random distributed, we build the regular hexagon honeycomb model based on the evenly distribution and the genetic algorithm model based on the random distribution in this paper. And then we separately get the repeater coordination and provide the improved Honeycomb model suitable for the signal transmission in the mountainous area; solve the problem of the number of the repeaters in the fixed area where a special mountain locates.
KeywordsHoneycomb Model Repeaters enetic algorithm model Communication Transmission
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