This paper presents a control system that adapts a WCDMA receiver at run-time to minimize the energy consumption while providing an adequate Quality of Service (QoS). The adaptation is done at run-time, because of the dynamic environment of a mobile receiver. Simulations show that run-time adaptation to the environment decreases the energy consumption of a receiver and also improves other QoS parameters, such as a higher throughput and a lower frame error rate.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Radiomatics journal of communication engineering (Bandung Institute of Technology)|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
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