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Most literature about cooperative diversity focus on ad-hoc networks. In this paper, we study cooperative diversity in cellular networks. Our work is based upon virtual antenna arrays (VAA). We show that VAA is superior not only in maximum mutual information but also in outage probability performance. We also propose a distributed method to select multiple(More)
—In wireless ad hoc network applications, such as outdoor teaching, battlefield, scenes of a fire, flood, and earthquake a number of mobile hosts (MHs) may sometimes move together and sometimes separately. Members within the group have similar mobility patterns and can directly communicate with each other. In this paper, we propose an Autonomic Group(More)
Cooperative communication has been recently proposed as a way to provide dramatic gains in slow fading wireless environments. Most literatures about cooperative communication assume each node is equipped with only one interface or several homogeneous interfaces. To date, mobile terminals with heterogeneous interfaces become more popular, which motivate us(More)
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