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Title: Resource allocation in downlink MIMO-OFDMA with proportional fairness
Authors: Da, B. 
Ko, C.C. 
Keywords: Adaptive resource allocation
Diverse QoS requirements
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Da, B.,Ko, C.C. (2009). Resource allocation in downlink MIMO-OFDMA with proportional fairness. Journal of Communications 4 (1) : 8-13. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A new scheme for MIMO-OFDMA (Multiple Input Multiple Output - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access) downlink resource allocation is presented in this paper. It has an objective of maximizing the total system capacity while having constraints on the total available power and proportional fairness. Dominant eigen-channels obtained from MIMO state matrix are used to formulate this scheme with low complexity. It gives a tradeoff strategy among system capacity, computational complexity and proportional fairness. Simulation results show that this new adaptive allocation scheme can provide much better capacity gain than static allocation methods while achieve near optimal fairness of rate distribution with a linear complexity. As a result, it may be suitable for fulfilling diverse QoS requirements of MIMO-OFDMA systems. © 2009 Academy Publisher.
Source Title: Journal of Communications
ISSN: 17962021
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