Abstract: Femtocells are small, user-installed base stations that enhance coverage for in-building cellular services. The new paradigm
introduced by femtocells also brings unique challenges, namely (i) unplanned deployment, (ii) user-installation, (iii) restricted access, and (iv) inter-operability with existing handsets and infrastructure. This paper describes the impact of these challenges on different deployment aspects such as interference management, mobility management, and self-configuration. Potential solutions to address the challenges are subsequently discussed. In addition, the standardized femtocell architectures for the UMTS and cdma2000 families of access technologies are introduced and compared.
July 18, 2013https://www.qualcomm.com/media/documents/files/qualcomm-research-small-cells-architecture-network-aspects.pdf
Jen Chen, Peter Rauber, Damanjit Singh, Chandru Sundarraman, Peerapol Tinnakornsrisuphap, Mehmet YavuzJuly 18, 2013Femtocells – Architecture & Network AspectsQualcomm Research Small Cells – Architecture & Network Aspects