To further enhance the energy efficiency (EE) performance of fifth generation (5G) Internet of Things systems, an integrated structure is proposed in this paper. That is, other than prior studies that separately study the wireless and wired parts, the wireless and wired parts are holistically combined together to comprehensively optimize the EE of the whole system. The integrated system structure is introduced beforehand with the proposed unified control center components for better deployment of the select-And-sleep mechanism. In addition, in the wireless part, one cellular partition zooming (CPZ) mechanism is proposed. In contrast, in the wired part, a precaching mechanism is introduced. With these proposals, the proposed system EE performance is investigated. Comprehensive computer-based simulation results demonstrate that the proposed schemes display better EE performance. This is due to the fact that system power consumption is further reduced with these schemes as compared to the prior work.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Signal Processing
- Information Systems
- Hardware and Architecture
- Computer Science Applications
- Computer Networks and Communications