self-engineering = self-organizing = self-adapting
A wireless office service (WOS) system is a virtually self-contained cellular system for providing wireless service in an office or campus environment. It co-exists with, and uses the same technology and spectrum as the surrounding public wireless system. These systems are assuming increasing importance with increasing demand for consistent services from a single phone while in all environments: home, office, and at large. For these systems to be viable, it is necessary to automate their RF (radio frequency) engineering process, and even to make them “self-engineering” or “self-adapting”. We discuss procedures to achieve this self-engineering during system operation. Although designed for in-building or campus environments, with suitable modifications, these procedures may be applicable to more general scenarios .
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