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Optimal Resource Allocation Based on Resource Factor for Power-Line Communication Systems

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3 Author(s)
Zhiqiang Xu ; Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China ; Mingyue Zhai ; Yuming Zhao

The optimal multilayer, multiobjective resource allocation model for multiuser and multitraffic orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)-based power-line communication (PLC) systems is analyzed with the restrictions of maximal total power, constant rates for every real time (RT) user, minimal rates for every non-real time (NRT) user, maximal upper limit of power and number of bits for every subcarrier in each OFDM symbol. A bit-loading lookup table resource allocation algorithm with rate- and margin-adaptation is proposed based on resource factor, which first assigns fairly Pareto non-dominated resources for all RT users according to resource factor so as to attain their constant rates, second computes the relevant remaining power and non-used subcarriers for every Pareto solution and assigns fairly them for all NRT users so as to attain their minimal rates, third also computes the relevant remaining resources and assigns them so as to achieve the maximal sum of the allocated rates for all NRT users, lastly selects out the globally optimal solution according to the order of partial information. Based on the typical power-line channel, the simulation results illustrate that the proposed algorithm outperforms the existed multiuser bit-loading greedy algorithm and it realizes better the multiple aims of resource allocation in OFDM-based PLC systems.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )