Chinmay S. Vaze

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The degrees of freedom (DoF) region of the two-user multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) interference channel (IC) is studied under the assumptions of fast fading and delayed channel state information (CSI) at the transmitters (CSIT). Under our fast fading assumption, the channel matrices vary independently across time, so that delayed CSIT is equivalent(More)
The degree-of-freedom (DoF) regions are characterized for the multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) broadcast channel (BC), interference channels (ICs), including X and multihop ICs, and the cognitive radio channel (CRC), when there is no channel state information at the transmitter(s) (CSIT) and for fading distributions in which transmit directions are(More)
The degrees of freedom (dof) regions are characterized for the multiple-input multipleoutput (MIMO) broadcast channel (BC), the interference channel (IC), and the cognitive radio channel (CRC) when there is perfect and no channel state information at the receivers and the transmitter(s) (CSIR and CSIT), respectively. For the K-user MIMO BC, the exact(More)
We study the layered two-hop, two-unicast multiinput, multi-output (MIMO) interference network, which consists of two transmitters, two relays, and two receivers with the first and the second hop networks between transmitters and relays, and between relays and receivers, respectively, both being Gaussian MIMO interference channels. The DoF region is(More)
The degrees of freedom (DoF) region of the K-user MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) Gaussian broadcast channel (BC) is studied under i.i.d. fading when there is delayed channel state information at the transmitter (CSIT). The general case of the MIMO BC is considered where each terminal has an arbitrary number of antennas. The delayed CSIT assumption is(More)
The two-user multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) fast-fading interference channel (IC) with an arbitrary number of antennas at each of the four terminals is studied under the settings of Shannon feedback and output feedback, wherein channel matrices and outputs, or just the channel outputs, respectively, are available to the transmitters with a delay.(More)
The problem of Dirty Paper Coding (DPC) over the Fading Dirty Paper Channel (FDPC) Y = H(X + S)+Z, a more general version of Costa’s channel, is studied for the case in which there is partial and perfect knowledge of the fading process H at the transmitter (CSIT) and the receiver (CSIR), respectively. A key step in this problem is to determine the optimal(More)
The degrees of freedom (DoF) region of the fast-fading MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) Gaussian broadcast channel (BC) is studied when there is delayed channel state information at the transmitter (CSIT). In this setting, the channel matrices are assumed to vary independently across time and the transmitter is assumed to know the channel matrices with(More)
A Dirty Paper Coding (DPC) based transmission scheme for the Gaussian multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) cognitive radio channel (CRC) is studied when there is imperfect and perfect channel knowledge at the transmitters (CSIT) and the receivers, respectively. In particular, the problem of optimizing the sum-rate of the MIMO CRC over the transmit(More)