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Energy Optimal Transmission Strategy in CDMA System: Duality Perspective
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Energy Optimal Transmission Strategy in CDMA System: Duality Perspective
Oh, Changyoon;
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We investigate rate scheduling and power allocation problem for a delay constrained CDMA systems. Specifically, we determine an energy efficient scheduling policy, while each user maintains the short term (n time slots) average throughput. More importantly, it is shown that the optimal transmission strategy for the uplink is same as that of the downlink, called uplink and downlink duality. We then examine the performance of the optimum transmission strategy for the uplink and the downlink for various system environments.
Duality;Optimal Transmission;Energy;
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