Survey of Green Radio Communications Networks: Techniques and Recent Advances

@article{Alsharif2013SurveyOG,
  title={Survey of Green Radio Communications Networks: Techniques and Recent Advances},
  author={Mohammed H. Alsharif and Rosdiadee Nordin and Mahamod Ismail},
  journal={Journal Comp. Netw. and Communic.},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={453893:1-453893:13}
}
Energy efficiency in cellular networks has received significant attention fromboth academia and industry because of the importance of reducing the operational expenditures and maintaining the profitability of cellular networks, in addition to making these networks “greener.” Because the base station is the primary energy consumer in the network, efforts have been made to study base station energy consumption and to find ways to improve energy efficiency. In this paper, we present a brief review… CONTINUE READING
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