Computer-Aided Design, International Conference on (2003)
San Jose, CA
Nov. 9, 2003 to Nov. 13, 2003
Ali Iranli , University of Southern California
Hanif Fatemi , University of Southern California
Massoud Pedram , University of Southern California
Adaptive transceivers can significantly reduce the energy consumption of a mobile, battery-powered node by capturing real-time changes in the communication channel. This paper proposes a game-theoretic solution to the optimization of the energy consumption in wireless transceivers. This is accomplished by dynamically adapting the modulation level of the transmitter modulator and the error correction aptitude of the receiver decoder with respect to channel conditions subject to specified average bit-error-rate and throughput constraints. Experimental results demonstrate energy savings of up to 15%.
Ali Iranli, Hanif Fatemi, Massoud Pedram, "A Game Theoretic Approach to Dynamic Energy Minimization in Wireless Transceivers", Computer-Aided Design, International Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 504, 2003, doi:10.1109/ICCAD.2003.1257858