Cross-layer Adaptive Transmission: Optimal Strategies in Fading Channels

  title={Cross-layer Adaptive Transmission: Optimal Strategies in Fading Channels},
  author={A. Hoang and M. Motani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  • A. Hoang, M. Motani
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Communications
  • We consider cross-layer adaptive transmission for a single-user system with stochastic data traffic and a time- varying wireless channel. The objective is to vary the transmit power and rate according to the buffer and channel conditions so that the system throughput, defined as the long-term average rate of successful data transmission, is maximized, subject to an average transmit power constraint. When adaptation is subject to a fixed bit error rate (BER) requirement, maximizing the system… CONTINUE READING

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