Effective Capacity of a Rayleigh Fading Channel in the Presence of Interference

In recent years the concept of the effective capacity that relates the physical layer characteristics of a wireless channel to the data link layer has gained a lot of attraction in wireless networking research community. The effective capacity is based on Gartner-Ellis' large deviation theorem and it is used to provide the statistical QoS provisioning in the wireless networks. Effective capacity also helps in the analysis of the resource allocation or scheduling policies in various wireless systems such as Relay networks, multi-user systems and multi-carrier systems subject to statistical QoS requirements.

Provided by: Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jun 2012 Format: PDF

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