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Joint Scheduling and Power Control for Wireless Ad-hoc Networks

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Joint Scheduling and Power Control for Wireless Ad-hoc Networks
—In this paper, we introduce a cross-layer design framework to the multiple access problem in contention-based wireless ad hoc networks. The motivation for this study is twofold, limiting multiuser interference to increase single-hop throughput and reducing power consumption to prolong battery life. We focus on next neighbor transmissions where nodes are required to send information packets to their respective receivers subject to a constraint on the signal-to-interference-and-noise ratio. The multiple access problem is solved via two alternating phases, namely scheduling and power control. The scheduling algorithm is essential to coordinate the transmissions of independent users in order to eliminate strong levels of interference (e.g., self-interference) that cannot be overcome by power control. On the other hand, power control is executed in a distributed fashion to determine the admissible power vector, if one exists, that can be used by the scheduled users to satisfy their singl...
Tamer A. ElBatt, Anthony Ephremides
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where INFOCOM
Authors Tamer A. ElBatt, Anthony Ephremides
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