The invention optimizes the power distribution of packets in order to maximize the capacity of the
Enhanced Spread Aloha (E-SSA) technique. This technology comprises a methodology to optimize the user terminal power distribution at the gateway input.
- More efficient: (Quasi-) Optimum power distribution of the devices.
- Less consumption: Up to 10% economical saving, especially in bursty communications that use Direct Sequence – Spread Spectrum (DS-SS) in an asynchronous fashion and in a decentralized user power selection.
The current invention can benefit applications based on multi-user communications, such as:
- Mobile communications
- Traffic monitoring
- Search and rescue services
- Environment monitorings
- Random access
- Multiple access
- Data transmission