AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
IEEE 802.16 Standards
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AbstractA generalized and autonomous DRX (discontinuous reception) scheme, applicable to both 3GPP and IEEE 802.16e standards, is analyzed by two - level Markov chain modeling along with the ETSI packet traffic model. Numerical analysis showed that this scheme is capable of autonomously adjusting DRX cycle to keep up with changing UE activity level with no signaling overhead increase, thus produces a better tuned DRX operation. Quantitative comparison with the power saving schemes of 3GPP and 802.16e standards demonstrated that it is advantageous over and generalization of these power saving schemes.
CitationLiu E, Ren W (2014) 'Performance analysis of a generalized and autonomous DRX scheme', IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 64 (5), pp.2148-2153.
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