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Volume 2 , Issue 1, PP: 13-19 , 2021


Energy Efficiency Techniques in Heterogeneous Networks

Authors Names :   Ashish Sharma, Sandeep Tayal, Radhika Bansal, and Sushant Verma   1 *  

1  Affiliation :  Computer Science Department, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, India

    Email :  ashish@mait.ac.in, sandeeptayal@mait.ac.in, radhikabansal5898@gmail.com, sushantv7597@gmail.com

Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3712479

Abstract :

According to the present data 0.5% of global energy is consumed by wireless networks. Energy efficiency is required for the environment and to lower the network operational cost. In this paper, we are about to discuss various methods of energy conservation in the heterogeneous cellular network. Energy consumption is reduced by self-organization algorithm and message passing algorithm by switching off-peak Base station controllers (BSC). Along with the increasing demands for cellular networks, the various problems for energy conservation in cellular networking have also increased. There are various models present which help in increasing the energy efficiency of cellular networking such as the Novel power consumption model and refined power consumption model. Also, an increase in the higher performance of cellular networks leads to an increase in energy consumption. In this paper, we are about to discuss various challenges which are faces for increasing energy efficiency and their solution.

Keywords :

Message passing algorithm , Self-organization algorithm , Green network , Novel power consumption model , Refined-power consumption model , Cellular data traffic , Wireless sensor network , Topology Control , Sensor coverages. 

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