Joint Spectrum and Power Allocation for Multi-Node Cooperative Wireless Systems
Abstract— Joint Spectrum and Power Allocation for Multi-Node Cooperative Wireless Systems. Energy efficiency is a growing concern for wireless networks, not only due to the emerging traffic demand from smart devices, but also because of the dependence on the traditional unsustainable energy and the overall environmental concerns. The urgent call for reducing power consumption while meeting system requirements has motivated increasing research efforts on green radio. In this paper, we investigate a new joint spectrum and power allocation scheme for a cooperative downlink multi-user system using the frequency division multiple access scheme, in which arbitrary M base stations < Final Year Projects 2016 > BSs coordinately allocate their resources to each user equipment (UE).