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A sensible design of wireless networks involves striking a good balance between an aggressive reuse of the spectral resource throughout the network and managing the resulting co-channel interference. Traditionally this problem has been tackled using a " divide and conquer " approach. The latter consists in deploying the network with a static or semi-dynamic(More)
— We consider allocating the transmit powers for a wireless multi-link (N-link) system, in order to maximize the total system throughput under interference and noise impairments, and short term power constraints. Employing dynamic spectral reuse, we allow for centralized control. In the two-link case, the optimal power allocation then has a remarkably(More)
— In wireless communications, bandwidth is a scarce resource. By employing link adaptation we achieve bandwidth-efficient wireless transmission schemes. We propose a variable-power transmission scheme for slowly varying flat-fading channels using a fixed number of codes. Assuming that capacity-achieving codes for AWGN channels are available, the proposed(More)
— Network-wide optimization of transmit power with the goal of maximizing the total throughput, promises significant system capacity gains in interference-limited data networks. Finding distributed solutions to this global optimization problem however, remains a challenging task. In this work, we first focus on the maximization of the weighted sum-rate(More)
— In wireless communications, bandwidth is a scarce resource. By employing link adaptation we achieve bandwidth-efficient wireless transmission schemes. Using a fixed number of codes we propose a variable-power transmission scheme for slowly flat-fading channels. Assuming that capacity-achieving codes for AWGN channels are available, we develop new combined(More)
Link adaptation, in particular adaptive coded modulation (ACM), is a promising tool for bandwidth-efficient transmission in a fading environment. The main motivation behind employing ACM schemes is to improve the spectral efficiency of wireless communication systems. In this paper, using a finite number of capacity achieving component codes, we propose new(More)
We consider the problem of finding low-complexity, bandwidth-efficient, and processing-power efficient transmission schemes for a downlink scenario under the framework of diversity combining. Capitalizing on recent results for joint adaptive modulation and diversity combining schemes (AMDC), we design and analyze two AMDC schemes that utilize power control(More)
— We study joint optimization of transmit power and scheduling in a multicell wireless network. Despite promising significant gains, this problem is known to be NP-hard and thus difficult to tackle in practice. However, we show that this problem lends itself to analysis for large wireless networks which allows simpler modeling of inter-cell interference. We(More)