Stretchable architectures for 3rd generation wireless networks Public Deposited

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  • Power is a valuable resource. It is invaluable when for mobile devices. Mobile devices, due to their mobility cannot get a continuous source of power and derive their power from a battery contained in them. The main consumer of power in the mobile is its transmitter. With a limited power capacity of the batteries, it is always desirable that the transmit power of the mobile be minimized. The aim of this thesis is to introduce a new architecture to minimize this problem. It is called as "Stretchable Architectures". The stretched architecture involves an intermediary between the Mobile Station and the Base Station to carry the call between them. This type of connection is called a Stretched connection. We explain the energy efficiency of a Stretched Connection when compared to a Direct connection between the Mobile Station and Base Station. We investigate the factors affecting a Stretched connection and propose different Stretchable Architectures, suitable for different applications. The "Stretched Architecture" is analyzed for the three 3G standards: Multi-carrier Direct Spread CDMA (CDMA2000), Wideband CDMA (WCDMA) and Time Division-CDMA (TD-CDMA).
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