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Optimal power control for discrete-rate link adaptation schemes with capacity-approaching coding
By: Gjendemsjo, A.; Holm, H.; Oien, G.E.;
2005 / IEEE / 0-7803-9414-3
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Optimal power control for discrete-rate link adaptation schemes with capacity-approaching coding ' In wireless communications, bandwidth is a scarce resource. By employing link adaptation we achieve bandwidth-efficient wireless transmission schemes. We propose a variable-power transmission scheme for slowly varying flat-fading channels using a fixed number of codes. Assuming that capacity-achieving codes for AWGN channels are available, the proposed power adaptation scheme maximizes the average spectral efficiency (ASE) for any finite number N of available rates. We show that the power adapted transmission scheme, using just four different rates, achieves a spectral efficiency within 0.15 bits/s/Hz of the Shannon capacity for continuous rate and power adaptation. Further, when restricted to N optimally chosen rates, introducing power adaptation has significant ASE and outage probability gains over a constant power scheme.
Bandwidth-efficient Wireless Transmission Scheme
Variable-power Transmission Scheme
Power Adaptation Scheme
Average Spectral Efficiency
Bit Error Rate
Digital Video Broadcasting
Telecommunication Congestion Control
Outage Probability Gains
Optimal Power Control
Discrete-rate Link Adaptation Schemes