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Packet Discrimination Method Using Artificial Frequency Offsets for Low Decoding Power Consumption in Heterogeneous Cooperative Communication Systems
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 Title & Authors
Packet Discrimination Method Using Artificial Frequency Offsets for Low Decoding Power Consumption in Heterogeneous Cooperative Communication Systems
Chae, Seungyeob; Yeo, Gyuhak; Rim, Minjoong;
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 Abstract
When a hand-held device with limited battery transmits and receives data using short-range wireless communication systems, such as WLAN(Wireless Local Area Network) or high speed WPAN(Wireless Personal Area Network), instead of mobile communication systems, the device is able to reduce the power consumption due to the reduced transmission distance. However, if there are many WLAN or high speed WPAN systems around the device, non-negligible power may be consumed by receiving and decoding the packets which have nothing to do with the device. In this paper, we propose a scheme reducing the power consumption by including physical-layer ID in WLAN or WPAN packets and avoiding unnecessary packet receptions. Also, we describe a method to determine the optimum number of physical-layer IDs.
 Keywords
Frequency Offset;Power Consumption;Heterogeneous Cooperative Communication;WLAN;WPAN;Relay;
 Language
Korean
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