Power and Bandwidth Allocation for Cognitive Heterogeneous Multi-homing Networks
IEEE Transactions on Communications
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IEEE In this work, an uplink power and bandwidth allocation problem for multiple services with multi-homing technology is formulated for cognitive heterogeneous networks. The joint power and bandwidth allocation with multiple services is subject to constraints in system available bandwidth, proportional fairness transmission rate for non-real-time secondary mobile terminals (MTs), minimum required transmission rate for realtime secondary MTs, interference power for primary base station (BS), and total power consumption for each secondary MT. The joint power and bandwidth allocation problem with multiple services based on risk-return model is formulated as a bargaining game framework, firstly. Then, an optimal power and bandwidth allocation algorithm utilizing a dual decomposition method is proposed to obtain Nash bargaining solution. Finally, a heuristic algorithm is proposed to reduce computational complexity. Simulation results demonstrate the optimal and heuristic algorithms not only improve the spectrum efficiency, but also guarantee the fairness for secondary MTs with non-real-time service.
AuthorsXu, L; Nallanathan, A; Yang, J; Liao, W
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