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Energy Efficient Transmit and Receive Strategy for Green Communications
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 Title & Authors
Energy Efficient Transmit and Receive Strategy for Green Communications
Oh, Changyoon;
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 Abstract
We consider energy efficient transmit and receive strategy for a delay sensitive data. More specifically, we investigate an energy optimum scheduling characteristics for the 2 user interference channel where each user interferes to each other. First, we determine the optimum transmission rate region each individual user may have for optimum transmission. Next, we consider the optimum transmission region of two users together. Shortest path algorithm can be used for further reduction of search space. Eventually, we can reduce computational complexity. We then examine the performance of the optimum transmission strategy for various system environments.
 Keywords
Energy;Scheduling;Transmission;Optimum;
 Language
Korean
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