Adaptive modulation, adaptive coding, and power control for fixed cellular broadband wireless systems: some new insights

  title={Adaptive modulation, adaptive coding, and power control for fixed cellular broadband wireless systems: some new insights},
  author={Ehab Armanious and David D. Falconer and Halim Yanikomeroglu},
1 This work was supported by the Canadian Institute for Telecommunication Research (CITR). Abstract—It is well known that link adaptation techniques, when designed to track the channel variations, yield a higher network throughput. In this work, we investigate the throughput returns due to the employments of various combinations of adaptive modulation, adaptive coding, and adaptive power control in a fixed cellular broadband wireless access system incorporating the effects of shadowing… CONTINUE READING
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