On Power Control in Cellular Communication using ANFIS

S. Asoodeh and A. Rezazade (Iran)


Cellular mobile communication, power control, ANFIS, Membership function


Transmitter power is an important resource in cellular mobile radio systems. Effective power control can increase system capacity and quality of service. A commonly used measure of the quality of service is the Carrier to Interference Ratio (CIR) at the receiver. The main idea on power control schemes is to maximize the minimum CIR in each channel of system. In this paper a new adaptive neuro fuzzy distributed power control algorithm which can be used to maximize the minimum CIR among all of co-channel users, has been introduced. Simulations and results have been compared with classical method and show that intelligent control system has better performance than other existing methods.

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