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—In this paper, the problem of distributed beam-forming 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(More)
—Driven by the ubiquitous deployment of mobile systems, the widespread use of the Internet, the rapid advances in wireless technologies, the insatiable demand for high-speed interactive multimedia services, and the growing need for secure wireless machine-to-machine communications, mobile commerce is rapidly approaching the business forefront. In this(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)
—Cooperative multi-antenna transmission is considered in relay networks, in which a source transmits its information to destination with the help of multi-antenna relay. In the first phase, source transmits its signal to the multi-antenna relay. Then the relay manipulates the received signal with the general-rank complex beamforming matrix and retransmits(More)