Adaptive Communications for Next Generation Broadband Wireless Access Systems (2009)
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In Broadband Wireless Access systems the efficient use of the resources is crucial from many points of views. From the operator point of view, the bandwidth is a scarce, valuable, and expensive resource which must be exploited in an efficient manner while the Quality of Service (QoS) provided to the users is guaranteed. On the other hand, a tight delay and link quality constraints are imposed on each data flow hence the user experiences the same quality as in fixed networks. During the last few years many techniques have been developed in order to increase the spectral efficiency and the throughput. Among them, the use of multiple antennas at the transmitter and the receiver (exploiting ... toggle 9 keywordsmulticarrier systems – performance evaluation and system level metrics – link adaptation in single antenna links – effective snr mapping – link adaptation – cross-layer resource allocation – scheduling with tight qos requirements – space-time adaptation under the ldc framework – transmit antenna and code selection.
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