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MEERA: Cross-Layer Methodology for Energy Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks

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MEERA: Cross-Layer Methodology for Energy Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
Abstract-- In many portable devices, wireless network interfaces consume upwards of 30% of scarce system energy. Reducing the transceiver's power consumption to extend the system lifetime has therefore become a design goal. Our work is targated at this goal and is based on the following two observations. First, conventional energy management approaches have focused independently on minimizing the fixed energy cost (by shutdown) and on scalable energy costs (by leveraging, for example, the modulation, code-rate and transmission power). These two energy management approaches present a tradeoff. For example, lower modulation rates and transmission power minimize the variable energy component, but this shortens the sleep duration thereby increasing fixed energy consumption. Second, in order to meet the Quality of Service (QoS) timeliness requirements for multiple users, we need to determine to what extent each system in the network may sleep and scale. Therefore, we propose a two-phas...
Sofie Pollin, Rahul Mangharam, Bruno Bougard, Lies
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TWC
Authors Sofie Pollin, Rahul Mangharam, Bruno Bougard, Liesbet Van der Perre, Ingrid Moerman, Ragunathan Rajkumar, Francky Catthoor
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