Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 4, pp 8581–8588 | Cite as

Interference management based on power control and MU-MIMO

  • Yang WangEmail author
  • Jianbiao He
  • Bo Zou


Improvement of spectrum efficiency is a valuable research topic in mobile communication system, which impact cell edge user experience especially. According to current research results, three methods to improve inter-cell spectrum efficiency base on inter-cell interference management, including inter-cell interference randomization, inter-cell interference cancellation and inter-cell interference co-ordination. In this paper, one combinatorial method based on uplink power control and SINR prediction with non-ideal MU-MIMO CSI feedback is proposed for optimal management of inter-cell interference co-ordination. The simulation results show that this method performs very well in complex inter-cell interference scenario, and the average spectrum efficiency is improved more than 50%.


Interference management Inter-cell interference co-ordination Power control MU-MIMO Inter-cell spectrum efficiency 



This paper was supported by Guangdong IIOT(M-S) Engineering Technology Center (No.2015-1487) and Shenzhen IIOT engineering Laboratory (Shenzhen Polytech, No.2017-713).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Electronical and Communication EngineeringShenzhen PolytechnicShenzhenChina

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