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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 1)
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Simulated Annealing in Telecommunication Network Planning

J.C. Puoza, S.K. Amponsah and E. Agyeman
Corresponding Author:  J.C. Puoza 

Key words:  Fixed access wireless network, optimization, planning, simulated annealing, , ,
Vol. 3 , (1): 6-13
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2010 September, 22 2011 January, 20 2011 March, 20

Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) systems overall design procedure is time consuming and critical for their successful commercial deployment as well as their efficient operation and management. The problem addressed in this research article is to find a model that can locate base stations in geographical layout area of 2020 km2 and connect end-users to the base stations. This research describes the mathematical model for the base station location problem in FWA-networks and solves the problem using Simulated Annealing while minimizing the number of not connected end-users within the given timeframe. The simulated annealing is implemented using C-programming language and the visualization of the results by the functions developed, using Matlab.
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J.C. Puoza, S.K. Amponsah and E. Agyeman, 2011. Simulated Annealing in Telecommunication Network Planning.  Research Journal of Information Technology , 3(1): 6-13.
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