An Efficient Power Allocation Approach in Multi Carrier Wireless Communication System

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Volume-16 Number-4
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Srinivas Karedla , Dr .Ch.Santhi Rani


Srinivas Karedla , Dr .Ch.Santhi Rani. "An Efficient Power Allocation Approach in Multi Carrier Wireless Communication System", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V16(4),164-169 Oct 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


Wireless communication systems are tending towards progressive data transfer over a long range of transmission. With the raise in required quality of services, the allocation of the available resource is to be maintained efficiently. A load matrix approach for multi cellular architecture is proposed, which allocate the communication power based on channel estimated SINR. The allocation of power resource is one of the prime factors in communication. Though the approach of Load Matrix is defined for multi-cellular interference, the proposed approach was tested over a single carrier communication. The effect of Interference under multi-carrier system is considered in this paper. The approach of power allocation based on multiple transmissions and its effect on resource allocation is evaluated.


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Resource allocation, SINR, Power, allocation, Multi-carrier system, Load Matrix.