Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology to optimize the allocation of wireless base stations for LTE-Advanced.
With coordinated multi-point (CoMP) transmission, which is expected to be a part of the emerging communications standard LTE-Advanced, there is no confirmed method for rapidly calculating the user's communications speed, which is a barrier to designing base station allocation for LTE-Advanced. Fujitsu Laboratories has now developed an algorithm that can calculate user communications speeds, even with CoMP.
Fujitsu says that when base stations are allocated using this technology, the same communications speeds can be attained as with other methods, but with 30% fewer base stations, while resolving connection difficulties in mobile communications.
Fujitsu Laboratories plans to implement the ne technology in 2016. The company plans to continue adapting this technique to new features of LTE-Advanced and its successor communications standard, 5G.