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Green Communications [electronic resource] : Theoretical Fundamentals, Algorithms and Applications

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781466501072Publication details: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781466501089
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Green Communications : Theoretical Fundamentals, Algorithms and ApplicationsDDC classification:
  • 621.3820286
LOC classification:
  • TK5102.86 .G74 2012
Online resources:
Contents:
Front Cover; Green Communications: Theoretical Fundamentals, Algorithms and Applications; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Editor Biographies; Part I: General Topics; 1. Runtime-Controlled Energy Reduction Techniques for FPGAs; 2. Smart Grid and ICT's Role in Its Evolution; 3. Energy Saving Solutions and Practices of China Mobile; 4. Standard Methodologies for Energy Efficiency Assessment; 5. Reciprocal Learning for Energy-Efficient Opportunistic Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio Networks; 6. Green Communications for Carbon Emission Reductions: Architectures and Standards
15. Energy Savings for Mobile Communication Networks through Dynamic Spectrum and Traffic Load Management16. Toward Energy-Efficient Operation of Base Stations in Cellular Wireless Networks; 17. Green Wireless Access Networks; 18. Energy Efficient Communications in MIMO Wireless Channels; 19. Minimising Power Consumption to Achieve More Efficient Green Cellular Radio Base Station Designs; 20. Energy Conservation of Mobile Terminals in Multi-cell TDMA Networks; 21. Energy Efficiency for Wireless Relay Systems
22. Holistic Approach to Green Wireless Communications Based on Multicarrier Technologies23. Green Video Streaming over Cellular Networks; Part III: Focus on Wireline Communications; 24. Trading off. Energy and Forwarding Performance in Next-Generation Network Devices; 25. Energy Effcient VI Planning over Converged Optical Network and IT Resources; 26. Energy Aware Techniques In IP-Over-WDM Backbone Networks; 27. Energy-Aware Network Management and Content Distribution; 28. Energy Saving Strategies in Fixed Access Networks; Back Cover
7. The Role of ICT in the Evolution Towards Smart Grids8. Moving a Processing Element from Hot to Cool Spots: Is This an Efficient Method to Decrease Leakage Power Consumption in FPGAs?; 9. Cloud Computing - a Greener Future for IT; 10. Energy-Efficient Management of Campus PCs; Part II: Focus on Wireless Communications; 11. C-RAN: A Green RAN Framework; 12. Green Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks; 13. Green Wireless Communications under Quality of Service Constraints; 14. On the Energy Efficiency-Spectral Efficiency Trade-off. in Cellular Systems
Summary: Nowadays energy crisis and global warming problems are hanging over everyone's head, urging much research work on energy saving. In the ICT industry, which is becoming a major consumer of global energy triggered by the telecommunication network operators experiencing energy cost as a significant factor in profit calculations, researchers have started to investigate various approaches for power consumption reduction. Standards bodies are already developing standards for energy-efficient protocols. However, research in green communications is still at an early stage, and the space of potential s
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Front Cover; Green Communications: Theoretical Fundamentals, Algorithms and Applications; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Editor Biographies; Part I: General Topics; 1. Runtime-Controlled Energy Reduction Techniques for FPGAs; 2. Smart Grid and ICT's Role in Its Evolution; 3. Energy Saving Solutions and Practices of China Mobile; 4. Standard Methodologies for Energy Efficiency Assessment; 5. Reciprocal Learning for Energy-Efficient Opportunistic Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio Networks; 6. Green Communications for Carbon Emission Reductions: Architectures and Standards

15. Energy Savings for Mobile Communication Networks through Dynamic Spectrum and Traffic Load Management16. Toward Energy-Efficient Operation of Base Stations in Cellular Wireless Networks; 17. Green Wireless Access Networks; 18. Energy Efficient Communications in MIMO Wireless Channels; 19. Minimising Power Consumption to Achieve More Efficient Green Cellular Radio Base Station Designs; 20. Energy Conservation of Mobile Terminals in Multi-cell TDMA Networks; 21. Energy Efficiency for Wireless Relay Systems

22. Holistic Approach to Green Wireless Communications Based on Multicarrier Technologies23. Green Video Streaming over Cellular Networks; Part III: Focus on Wireline Communications; 24. Trading off. Energy and Forwarding Performance in Next-Generation Network Devices; 25. Energy Effcient VI Planning over Converged Optical Network and IT Resources; 26. Energy Aware Techniques In IP-Over-WDM Backbone Networks; 27. Energy-Aware Network Management and Content Distribution; 28. Energy Saving Strategies in Fixed Access Networks; Back Cover

7. The Role of ICT in the Evolution Towards Smart Grids8. Moving a Processing Element from Hot to Cool Spots: Is This an Efficient Method to Decrease Leakage Power Consumption in FPGAs?; 9. Cloud Computing - a Greener Future for IT; 10. Energy-Efficient Management of Campus PCs; Part II: Focus on Wireless Communications; 11. C-RAN: A Green RAN Framework; 12. Green Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks; 13. Green Wireless Communications under Quality of Service Constraints; 14. On the Energy Efficiency-Spectral Efficiency Trade-off. in Cellular Systems

Nowadays energy crisis and global warming problems are hanging over everyone's head, urging much research work on energy saving. In the ICT industry, which is becoming a major consumer of global energy triggered by the telecommunication network operators experiencing energy cost as a significant factor in profit calculations, researchers have started to investigate various approaches for power consumption reduction. Standards bodies are already developing standards for energy-efficient protocols. However, research in green communications is still at an early stage, and the space of potential s