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In this paper, the problem of distributed beamforming is considered for a wireless network which consists of a transmitter, a receiver, and relay nodes. For such a network, assuming that the second-order statistics of the channel coefficients are available, we study two different beamforming design approaches. As the first approach, we design the beamformer(More)
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In this paper, we consider a relay network which consists of two single-antenna transceivers and n<sub>r</sub> single-antenna relay nodes. Considering a two time slot two-way relaying scheme, each relay adjusts the phase and the amplitude of the mixture signal it receives from the two transceivers during the first time slot, by multiplying it with a complex(More)
The problem of distributed beamforming is considered for a network which consists of a transmitter, a receiver, and r relay nodes. Assuming that the second order statistics of the channel coefficients are available, we design a distributed beamforming technique via maximization of the receiver signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) subject to individual relay power(More)
We consider a relay network which consists of two transceivers and r relay nodes. We study a half-duplex two-way relaying scheme. First, the two transceivers transmit their information symbols simultaneously and the relays receive a noisy mixture of the two transceiver signals. Then each relay adjusts the phase and the amplitude of its received signal by(More)
In this correspondence, we study the problem of joint receive and transmit beamforming for a wireless network consisting of a transmitter, a receiver, and a relay node. The relay node is equipped with multiple antennas while the transmitter and the receiver each uses only one antenna. Our communication scheme consists of two phases: first the transmitter(More)