||In multi-cell downlink OFDMA radio network system, users in one cell would suffer from the inter-cell interference caused by frequency reuse, namely co-channel interference. For a practical system, the inter-cell interference seriously decreases the quality of communication, especially for cell-edge users. Therefore, some interference management techniques, such as resources allocation, beamforming…etc., will become an important issue in this system. Therefore, how to allocate resources to enhance cell-edge user performance and total system throughput is the major problem of our research.|
In this thesis, for management the inter-cell interference in multi-cell downlink OFDMA radio network system, a power allocation method based on the Cross-Entropy algorithm is proposed to find the sub-optimal solution and corresponding subcarriers allocation. In the system, it is considered that a sum-rate maximization problem while satisfying the target rate of both cell-edge users and cell-interior users. The simulation results show that the proposed method can effectively reduce interference between cells, and increases the transmission performance of cell-edge users and overall system throughput.