Energy-Efficient Scheduling for Downlink Multi-User MIMO

Multi-user MIMO is the enabling technology for LTE-Advanced systems to meet IMT-Advanced targets. The gain of multi-user MIMO is achieved partially through advanced user-grouping, user-scheduling, and precoding. Traditionally, multiuser MIMO scheduling focuses solely on spectral-efficiency. That is, the scheduler will strike to balance the cell-edge user spectral-efficiency as well as the cell-average spectral-efficiency. Similar to spectral-efficiency, energy-efficiency is becoming increasingly important for wireless communications. The energy efficiency is measured by a classical measure, "Throughput per Joule", while both RF transmit power and device electronic circuit power consumptions are considered.

Provided by: University of Kalyani Topic: Mobility Date Added: May 2012 Format: PDF

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