Publication: Optimization of Wireless Transceivers under Processing Energy Constraints 

Authors:
Wang, G.Ascheid, G. ,  Wang, Y. ,  Hanay, O. ,  Negra, R. ,  Herrman, M. ,  Wehn, N.
Journal:
Frequenz-Journal of RF-Engineering and Telecommunications
Volume:
71
Page(s):
379–388
Date:
2017
DOI:
10.1515/freq-2017-0150
Language:
English

Abstract

Focus of the article is on achieving maximum data rates under a processing energy constraint. For a given amount of processing energy per information bit, the overall power consumption increases with the data rate. When targeting data rates beyond 100 Gb/s, the system’s overall power consumption soon exceeds the power which can be dissipated without forced cooling. To achieve a maximum data rate under this power constraint, the processing energy per information bit must be minimized. Therefore, in this article, suitable processing efficient transmission schemes together with energy efficient architectures and their implementations are investigated in a true cross-layer approach. Target use cases are short range wireless transmitters working at carrier frequencies around 60 GHz and bandwidths between 1 GHz and 10 GHz.

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