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On possible energy savings with transmission supported via feedback channel in CubeSat transceiver

Published Online: 20 Nov 2021
Page range: 337 - 342
Received: 21 Jul 2021
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Abstract

Recently a transmission technique, which can save energy thanks to supportive transmission in the feedback channel, was presented for transmitted information with different probability distributions. The basic assumption for its practical exploitation is that a node collecting information has enough energy - much more than the supported node. So far, in the published theoretical analysis it was assumed that the node does not consume energy for receiving the supporting sequence or that the amount of this energy is negligible comparing to energy needed for transmission. This paper makes the analyses more exact and practically oriented. Particularly, it estimates possible energy savings by incorporating the energy expenditures for receiving the supporting sequence in scenarios with Poisson distributed payload messages. The data from a real transceiver for CubeSat are used for obtaining the numerical results in these estimations.

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