Modeling of Energy Efficient Wireless Communication
Armin Veichtlbauer, Peter Dorfinger (2007): Modeling of Energy Efficient Wireless Communication In: Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCom 2007)
Energy efficiency of wireless communication technologies is a crucial aspect in order to ensure a widespread use. To increase the efficiency, intelligent protocols (on different layers w.r.t. the OSI architecture) determine when, where and how data has to be transmitted, i.e. they set such parameters like packet size or field strength of the sending antenna. Simulations with an ubiquitous energy model facilitate the development of smart sending strategies and thus enhance the practicability of wireless solutions in surroundings where energy is scarce.