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Group Cell Architecture for Cooperative Communications

Tao, X., Cui, Q., Xu, X., Zhang, P.

2012, XV, 92 p. 58 illus.

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From the reviews:

“Coordinated multi-point (CoMP) is the name of a new communication scheme that allows dynamic coordination among multiple geographically separated transmission points in a wireless communication network. … In this monograph, the authors claim that the ideas of CoMP were already covered in a 2001 Chinese patent on group cell architecture. … researchers in the field of coordinated multi-point transmission may find the presented results interesting.” (Klaus Galensa, ACM Computing Reviews, October, 2012)



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