Throughput analysis of band-AMC scheme in broadband wireless OFDMA system

Chung Gu Kang, Sung K. Kim

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Abstract

In broadband wireless Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) systems where a set of subcarriers are shared among multiple users, the overall system throughput can be improved by a band-AMC mode that assigns each suband, a set of contiguous subcarriers within a coherence bandwidth, to individual user with the better channel quality. As long as channel qualities for the subbands of all users are known a priori, multiuser and multiband gains can be simultaneously achieved with opportunistic scheduling. This paper presents an analytical means of evaluating the maximum system throughput for a bandadaptive modulation and coding (AMC) mode under the various system parameters. In particular, the practical features of resource management for OFDMA system are carefully modeled within the current analytical framework. Our numerical results demonstrate that band-AMC mode outperforms the diversity mode only by providing the channel qualities for a subset of good subbands, confirming the multiuser and multiband diversity gain that can be achieved by the band-AMC mode.

Original languageEnglish
Article number147231
JournalEurasip Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking
Volume2009
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Publication statusPublished - 2009 Jun 15

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Frequency division multiple access
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Throughput analysis of band-AMC scheme in broadband wireless OFDMA system. / Kang, Chung Gu; Kim, Sung K.

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