Femtocell geographical location

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  • #5839

    While implementing any base station or femtoells, why the graph co-ordinates of the geographical area coming in negative to positive coordinates. what is the reason behind the negative coordinates?

    #5863

    Hi,

    we typically place the base station of the center cell at the origin. Then, the surrounding BS will have positive and negative coordinates.

    Best regards,
    Martin.

    #5864

    One base station is there, we can place the base station at the centre of the cell and we can consider the co-ordinates based on that, if suppose multiple number of base stations are there, how to consider the co-ordinates, with reference to which base station we have to consider?

    #5928

    Hi,

    for placing the femtocells, we first calculate the association regions to each eNodeB (i.e., sector). Then, we randomly choose locations within each sector and place the femtos.

    Best regards,
    Martin.

    #6431
    Farhan
    Participant

    < Then, we randomly choose locations within each sector and place the femtos.>

    What distribution has been used to randomly deploy nodes?

    #6536

    Dear Fahran,

    In +netwerk_generation\add_femtocells.m you can find the corresponding code of the femtocell distibutions.

    Best regards,
    Fjolla

    #6887
    Farhan
    Participant

    Dear Fjolla,

    I am using “constant femtos per cell”, which femtocell deployment distribution it is using as it is not clear from the code In +netwerk_generation\add_femtocells.m

    Regards,
    Farhan

    #7048

    Dear Fahran,

    For the femtocell placement, the uniform distribution is used. In +spatial_distributions/constantElementsPerCellSpatialDistribution.m you can find the corresponding code.

    Best regards,
    Fjolla

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