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—This paper presents an ergodic capacity analysis of an amplify-and-forward multiple-input, multiple-output two-hop system including the source to destination (direct) link. We first derive an expression for the probability density function of an unordered eigenvalue of the system. Then, using this result, a closed form expression for the ergodic capacity(More)
The queueing system considered is essentially a M/M/N/N queue where two types of users compete for the N resources. The users may have different arrival and service rates and are denoted as primary or secondary users. The primary users have priority access to the resources, and three levels of priority are considered: perfect priority, partial priority, and(More)
—We propose a double-cap differential codebook (DCB) design for multiuser (MU) multiple-input-single-output systems. The MU transmission uses signal-to-leakage-and-noise ratio (SLNR) precoding. The double-cap DCB is designed for temporally/spatially correlated channels and is based on a combined spherical and polar cap structure. We consider an inner,(More)
—Keyhole fading present in some relay based applications can degrade the system performance. In this paper, we investigate the effect of multi-keyhole fading on the ergodic capacity of fixed infrastructure based multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) amplify-and-forward (AF) relaying systems. Specifically, considering a Rayleigh-multi-keyhole MIMO AF relay(More)