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We consider three-node wireless relay channels in a Rayleigh-fading environment. Assuming transmitter channel state information (CSI), we study upper bounds and lower bounds on the outage capacity and the ergodic capacity. Our studies take into account practical constraints on the transmission/reception duplexing at the relay node and on the synchronization(More)
We study the capacity of multiple-input multiple- output (MIMO) relay channels. We first consider the Gaussian MIMO relay channel with fixed channel conditions, and derive upper bounds and lower bounds that can be obtained numerically by convex programming. We present algorithms to compute the bounds. Next, we generalize the study to the Rayleigh fading(More)
In this paper, the achievable rate of a K-user interference channel with single antenna at individual node is studied. Interference alignment and zero forcing are applied at the transmitter and receiver, respectively. It is well known from the paper [1] of Cadambe and Jafar that a multiplexing gain (degrees of freedom) of K/2 is achievable. We propose two(More)
This paper studies upper bounds and lower bounds on the outage capacity and ergodic capacity of a three-node wireless relay channel in a Rayleigh fading environment. We also take into account practical constraints on the transmission duplexing at the relay node and on the synchronization between the source node and the relay node. We find that the gap(More)
Commercial applications for the location of subscribers of wireless services continue to expand. Consequently, finding the Cramer-Rao lower bound (CRLB), which serves as an optimality criterion for the location estimation problem, is of interest. In this paper, we derive the deterministic CRLBs for the estimation of the specular multipath parameters and the(More)
This study investigated the impact of gastric electrical uncoupling on the dynamics of the level of deterministic chaos in cutaneous gastric electrical signals. Eight-channel electrogastrograms (EGG) were recorded from 16 unconscious dogs. Controlled gastric electrical uncoupling was introduced by circumferentially cutting the whole gastric muscle at two(More)