Energy-Efficiency Optimization for MIMO-OFDM Mobile Multimedia Communication Systems With QoS Constraints. It is widely recognized that, in addition to the quality-of-service (QoS), energy efficiency is also a key parameter in designing and evaluating mobile multimedia communication systems, which has catalyzed great interest in recent literature. In this paper, an energy-efficiency model is first proposed for multiple-input–multiple-output orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (MIMO-OFDM) mobile multimedia communication systems with statistical QoS constraints. Employing the channel-matrix singular value decomposition (SVD) method, all subchannels are classified by their channel characteristics. Furthermore, the multichannel joint optimization problem in conventional MIMO-OFDM communication systems is transformed into a multitarget single-channel optimization problem by grouping all subchannels. Therefore, < Final Year Projects > a closed-form solution of the energy-efficiency optimization is derived for MIMO-OFDM mobile multimedia communication systems. As a consequence, an energy-efficiency optimized power allocation (EEOPA) algorithm is proposed to improve the energy efficiency of MIMO-OFDM mobile multimedia communication systems. Simulation comparisons validate that the proposed EEOPA algorithm can guarantee the required QoS with high energy efficiency in MIMO-OFDM mobile multimedia communication systems.
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