System to System Communication Using Mixed Mode Allocation Resource and Transmission
AbstractThe mobile communication systems with optional system-to-system (S2S) links, user components (UCs) can work in either S2S mode or mobile mode for information transport. This paper produce mixed-mode S2S communication throughout that S2S links can work in many modes through resource multiplexing. among this framework, we tend to review the matter of increasing weighted S2S add rate beneath mobile rate constraints by optimizing mixed-mode allocation and resource allocation in term of emitted power and subchannel assignment. as a results of non-convex mobile rate constraints and binary constraints of subchannel allocation, this downside may be a non-convex mixed-integer downside that is typically hard to unravel. wetend to propose a ballroom dance approach by introducing energy-splitting variables such as mixed-mode allocation and resource allocation are decoupled and optimized severally. the following formula are distributive, desires little signal mixed and has little device complexity. We try to gift full numerical results to demonstrate the utility of our projected formula with relevance varied network parameters.
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