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—Demand-side management, together with the integration of distributed energy generation and storage, are considered increasingly essential elements for implementing the smart grid concept and balancing massive energy production from renewable sources. We focus on a smart grid in which the demand-side comprises traditional users as well as users owning some(More)
The electric energy distribution infrastructure is undergoing a startling technological evolution with the development of the smart grid concept, which allows more interaction between the supply- and the demand-side of the network and results in a great optimization potential. In this paper, we focus on a smart grid in which the demand-side comprises(More)
—Full-duplex small-cell relays with multiple antennas constitute a core element of the envisioned 5G network architecture. In this paper, we use stochastic geometry to analyze the performance of wireless networks with full-duplex multi-antenna small cells, with particular emphasis on the probability of successful transmission. To achieve this goal, we(More)
—Pilot contamination is known to be one of the main impairments for massive MIMO multi-cell communications. Inspired by the concept of fractional frequency reuse and by recent contributions on pilot reutilization among non-adjacent cells, we propose a new pilot allocation scheme to mitigate this effect. The key idea is to allow users in neighboring cells(More)
The envisioned smart grid aims at improving the interaction between the supply- and the demand-side of the electricity network, creating unprecedented possibilities for optimizing the energy usage at different levels of the grid. In this paper, we propose a distributed demand-side management (DSM) method intended for smart grid users with load prediction(More)
Price-based DSM encourages the demand-side to participate actively in the network optimization. Day-ahead DSM allows the supply-side to know an estimation of the energy to be provided to the demand-side during the upcoming day. A pure day-ahead optimization cannot accommodate potential real-time deviations by the demand-side and the randomness of the(More)
—Most prior work on performance analysis of ultra-dense cellular networks (UDNs) has considered standard power-law path loss models and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) propagation modeled by Rayleigh fading. The effect of line-of-sight (LOS) on coverage and throughput and its implication on network densification are still not fully understood. In this paper, we(More)
—Self-interference (SI) significantly limits the performance of full-duplex (FD) radio devices if not properly cancelled. State-of-the-art SI cancellation (SIC) techniques at the receive chain implicitly set an upper bound on the transmit power of the device. This paper starts from this observation and proposes a transmit beamforming design for FD(More)
The problem of user scheduling and power allocation in full-duplex (FD) cellular networks is considered, where a FD base station communicates simultaneously with one half-duplex (HD) user on each downlink and uplink channel. First, we propose low complexity user scheduling algorithms aiming at maximizing the sum rate of the considered FD system. Second, we(More)
Full-duplex (FD) technology is envisaged as a key component for future mobile broadband networks due to its ability to boost the spectral efficiency. FD systems can transmit and receive simultaneously on the same frequency at the expense of residual self-interference and additional interference to the network compared with half-duplex (HD) transmission.(More)