A Novel Energy Efficiency Metric for Next Generation Wireless Communication Networks

@article{Yu2022ANE,
  title={A Novel Energy Efficiency Metric for Next Generation Wireless Communication Networks},
  author={Tao Yu and Shunqing Zhang and Xiaojing Chen and Xin Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2210.02883}
}
—As a core performance metric for green commu- nications, the conventional energy efficiency definition has suc-cessfully resolved many issues in the energy efficient wireless network design. In the past several generations of wireless communication networks, the traditional energy efficiency mea- sure plays an important role to guide many energy saving techniques for slow varying traffic profiles. However, for the next generation wireless networks, the traditional energy efficiency fails to capture… 

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