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Adaptive power control using long range prediction for realistic fast fading channel models and measured data

  title={Adaptive power control using long range prediction for realistic fast fading channel models and measured data},
  author={Shengquan Hu and Alexandra Duel-Hallen and Hans D. Hallen},
-Recently we proposed the long range prediction algorithm for fast fading channels. This method provides the enabling technology for adaptive transmission techniques such as adaptive coding, adaptive power control, etc. In this paper, we used actual field measurements to validate the long range prediction method and its utilization in adaptive power control. 

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