Analyzing the effect of power control algorithms on the receiver's computing resource consumption
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Traditional Software-Defined Radios are limited in their ability to share the computational infrastructure between different channel flows of different demands. Future terminals should move to a shared resource model to further improve resource utilization and link availability. For this purpose, an accurate characterization and prediction of the consumed resources by a new user entering the cell is important. At the receiver side, iterative channel decoding algorithms, which exhibit the highest contribution of processing time and energy consumption, consume resources as a function of the signal quality. Therefore, power control has an impact on the computing resources of the receiver. This paper presents a model to characterize the available computing resources of a receiver. This model may be useful for utility-based power control algorithms.
CitationGomez, I. [et al.]. Analyzing the effect of power control algorithms on the receiver's computing resource consumption. A: Wireless Innovation Forum. Software Defined RadioTechnical Conference and Product Exposition. "Wireless Innovation Forum. SDR'10 Technical Conference and Product Exposition". Washington, D.C.: 2010, p. 1-6.
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