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Fast growing number of cellular telecommunication technology resulting on the increasing number of the user equipment. This condition increased the eNodeB load. To overcome this problem, the device-to-device (D2D) underlaying communication is introduced. In underlaying scheme, the D2D user equipment (DUE) will do the communication process using the same radio resources with the conventional cellular user equipment (CUE). To avoid a severe interference between these two types of user in the system, a good resource allocation is needed. In this work, a power control scheme using particle swarm optimization (PSO) is proposed, to manage the transmit power on each user on the system. The power control scheme take place after the greedy scheduling algorithm, after all user is given a resource block (RB) to do the communication process. The power transmit for each user is managed to reach a better system capacity, and to reduce the power consumed in one communication process. From the simulation, the PSO power control can improve the sumrate and spectral efficiency up to 12.97% and 3.38% respectively. The PSO power control also can reduce the power consumed by the system up to 8.84%. The fairness happens among the CUEs also can be maintained, despite of the decreasing fairness among DUEs.
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