Optimal Delay-Power Tradeoff in Wireless Transmission with Fixed Modulation

@article{Chen2007OptimalDT,
  title={Optimal Delay-Power Tradeoff in Wireless Transmission with Fixed Modulation},
  author={Wei Chen and Zhigang Cao and Khalecl B. Letaief},
  journal={2007 International Workshop on Cross Layer Design},
  year={2007},
  pages={60-64}
}
Cross-layer scheduling is an emerging and powerful solution that can significantly improve the quality of service (QoS) and power efficiency in wireless networks by jointly using channel and buffer states to adjust transmission power and rate. In conventional scheduling methods, adaptive modulation and coding (AMQ) is adopted to realize rate adaptation. However, this may greatly increase the transceiver and protocol complexity. To overcome this, scheduling methods based on fixed modulation are… CONTINUE READING

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