Reducing power consumption of wireless networks through collaborative DMC mobile clusters
Ostovar, A., & Chang, Z. (2018). Reducing power consumption of wireless networks through collaborative DMC mobile clusters. Wireless Personal Communications, 98 (2), 1771-1784. doi:10.1007/s11277-017-4944-2
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Reducing the energy consumption of the wireless network is significantly important to the economic and ecological sustainability of the ICT industry, as high energy consumption may limit the performance of wireless networks and is one of the main network costs. To solve energy consumption problem, especially on the terminal side, a scheme known as distributed mobile cloud (DMC) is considered to be a potential solution. Multiple mobile terminals (MTs) can cooperative to take advantage of good quality links among the MTs to save energy when receiving from the Base Station (BS). In this paper, we aim to find the optimal transmit power to further reduce the energy consumption of DMC. From simulation studies, it is shown that up to 80% energy savings can be accomplished when using optimal transmit power, compared to use the standard DMC without exploring the optimal transmit power.
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