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Cognitive resources scheduling designs towards green wireless systems

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7/01/13 → …

This is a UK EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences
Research Council) funded research project.

The aim of this project is to improve the joint spectrum and energy efficiency of future wireless network systems using cognitive radio technology along with innovative game-theoretic resource scheduling methods, efficient cross-layer designs and contemporary clinical findings. We plan to consider the health and environmental concerns to introduce power-efficient resource scheduling designs that intelligently exploit the available wireless resources in next-generation systems. Our efforts will leverage applications of cognitive radio techniques to situational awareness of the communications system with adaptive power control and dynamic spectrum allocation. This project will underpin the UK green communication technology by designing environment-friendly joint power and spectrum efficient wireless communication systems.