Adaptive resource management for downlink OFDMA system with imperfect CSI

Adaptive resource management for downlink OFDMA system with imperfect CSI

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The effect of the imperfect channel state information (CSI) on the system performance of radio resource management is addressed for a downlink OFDMA system. Differing from the previous works, it is shown that the imperfect CSI introduces a signal-and-power dependent noise term, and then a new method is proposed to evaluate the utility function. Numerical simulations show that the signal-and-power dependent noise yields a non-negligible degradation to the system performance.


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