- مبلغ: ۸۶,۰۰۰ تومان
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Base station (BTS) power management enables not only the power savings in mobile networks, but also the reduction of electromagnetic radiation [1–5]. As the experimental results show, consumed power of both GSM and UMTS base stations depends on the traffic intensity that is served . When discussing the output power of a base station, one can consider the instantaneous, mean, or peak power, probability density function (PDF) and cumulative density function (CDF). Amongst these quantities, the CDF is the most informative one as it provides data on both the consumed power and its temporal distribution. However, calculation of the CDF for BTS total output power is a nontrivial task, as it includes calculation of power consumed in each channel and also its dependence on traffic intensity. In this letter, we consider the estimation of the CDF for GSM base station output power. We continue our work from  and propose a simulation model of low computational complexity which yields credible results.