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Power-optimised multi-radio network under varying throughput constraints for rural broadband access

McGuire, Colin and Weiss, Stephan (2013) Power-optimised multi-radio network under varying throughput constraints for rural broadband access. In: 21st European Signal Processing Conference, 2013-09-09 - 2013-09-13.

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Abstract

The use of complementary radio access technologies within a network allows the advantages of each technology to be combined to overcome individual limitations. In this paper we show how 5~GHz and ``TV White Space'' overlay networks can be combined to provide fixed wireless access coverage within a rural environment. By creating a model of the whole network we derive the optimum assignment of stations between the two overlay networks to maximise the capacity of individual stations given a desired individual station data rate. Through simulation we show how the power consumption of a base station can be minimised by dynamically adjusting station assignments based on network data rate requirements changing over the course of a day.