AN IMPROVEMENT OF LTE CELLULAR NETWORK CAPACITY FOR MINA CITY THROUGH TVWS
Through there is an increasing demand for mobile broadband, especially in densely populated areas where there is are lack of cellular spectrum resources, to take more efficient approaches and to take advantage of unused white-spaces are essential. Long Term Evolution (LTE) continues to evolve with higher data rates and improved services, even for the cell edge users as the major aim. In this paper, we present a solution to carry out performance of the fraction frequency reuse (FFR) scheme in an LTE cellular network using TV white space and show that the FFR scheme improves the spectral effectiveness by allowing one out-of-cell interference. Power control system have been used in this simulation in order to enhance the capacity of the cell considering possible network implementation in the densely populated City of Tents Mina.