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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Power consumption at base stations in cellular networks has become an important issue as the increasing  emissions at the base station sites have an adverse effect on the environment. In this regard dynamic deployment of cell sizes is believed to reduce the power consumption at some base stations for a given area depending on the traffic load conditions. A growing concept of cell zooming has been used in this paper wherein a cell adaptively adjusts its size depending on the subscriber load . This paper presents a fuzzy based cell zooming solution to reduce base station power consumption. Base station antenna height and its transmitted power are the antecedents of our proposed fuzzy system.

Keywords :

: power consumption; BTS; cell zooming; fuzzy system

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