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Desset, C.; Debaillie, B.; Giannini, V.; Fehske, A.; Auer, G.; Holtkamp, H.; Wajda, W.; Sabella, D.; Richter, F.; Gonzalez, M.J.; Klessig, H.; Gódor, I.; Olsson, M.; Imran, M.A.; Ambrosy, A.; Blume, O. (2012)
Languages: English
Types: Conference object
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With the explosion of wireless communications in number of users and data rates, the reduction of network power consumption becomes more and more critical. This is especially true for base stations which represent a dominant share of the total power in cellular networks. In order to study power reduction techniques, a convenient power model is required, providing estimates of the power consumption in different scenarios. This paper proposes such a model, accurate but simple to use. It evaluates the base station power consumption for different types of cells supporting the 3GPP LTE standard. It is flexible enough to enable comparisons between state-of-the-art and advanced configurations, and an easy adaptation to various scenarios. The model is based on a combination of base station components and sub-components as well as power scaling rules as functions of the main system parameters. © 2012 IEEE.

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