Joint Waveform Adaptation and Power Control in Multi-Cell Wireless Data Networks: A Game-Theoretic Approach

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The problem of non-cooperative spreading code allocation, linear receiver designs, and transmit power control for multi-cell wireless networks is considered in this paper. Several utility functions to be maximized are considered, and, among them, the authors cite the received SINR, and the transmitter energy efficiency, which is measured in bit/Joule, and represents the number of successfully delivered bits for each energy unit used for transmission. Resorting to the theory of potential games, non-cooperative games admitting Nash equilibria in multi-cell networks regardless of the channel coefficient realizations are designed.

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