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Algorithm of Holding Time Control Using Delay-Tolerant Packet for Energy-Efficient Transmission
Ryu, Seung Min; Choi, Won Seok; Choi, Seong Gon;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes an energy transmission method to maximize energy efficiency of a based station. This method makes use of classification of service type to solve an inefficient use of transmission power, which is from exponential relationship between the legacy data throughput and transmission power. The proposed one is a way to find the most energy-efficiency points with the transmitted optimal amount of data on users in a base station of wireless network environment. For this, we propose EETA (Energy-Efficient Transmission Algorithm) which can control the amount of data and the holding time at the base station. As a result, the proposed method can improve the energy efficiency of about 10% compared to the legacy base station.
 Keywords
Wireless Data Transmission;Energy-Efficiency;Base Station;Next Generation Network;Type of Service;
 Language
English
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