An Efficient Design Methodology for Constant Power Link Adaptation Schemes in Short-Range Scenarios

  title={An Efficient Design Methodology for Constant Power Link Adaptation Schemes in Short-Range Scenarios},
  author={Sebastien de la Kethulle de Ryhove and Geir E. \Oien and Lars Lundheim},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
The energy-efficient design of short-distance wireless communication systems requires the inclusion of circuit energy consumption in the system's total energy budget. We consider the design of constant power link adaptation schemes in which circuit energy consumption is included in the total energy budget and in which the system's instantaneous bit error rate (BER) must never exceed a predefined threshold. We show how-in numerous cases of practical importance-the dimensionality of the… CONTINUE READING

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