Green communication via Type-I ARQ: Finite block-length analysis

  title={Green communication via Type-I ARQ: Finite block-length analysis},
  author={Behrooz Makki and Tommy Svensson and Michele Zorzi},
  journal={2014 IEEE Global Communications Conference},
This paper studies the effect of optimal power allocation on the performance of communication systems utilizing automatic repeat request (ARQ). Considering Type-I ARQ, the problem is cast as the minimization of the outage probability subject to an average power constraint. The analysis is based on some recent results on the achievable rates of finite-length codes and we investigate the effect of codewords length on the performance of ARQ-based systems. We show that the performance of ARQ… CONTINUE READING
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