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Intelligent Self-Organizing Networks

Networks that can analyze operating conditions and reconfigure in real time.


Intelligent self-organizing networks will be the heart of the HetNet. These networks have the ability to analyze, in real time, the operating conditions of the surrounding radio environments, and autonomously plan and reconfigure the various radio parameters such as frequency, scrambling codes, and transmitter power levels, for example.
A SON will be capable of sensing changes in the radio environment as well, so when new nodes are introduced, or removed, the SON can automatically respond to these changes by adjusting the rest of the access points (APs) and nodes operating conditions for optimal QoS.