Vahid Jamali

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In this paper, we consider the problem of sum throughput maximization for bidirectional relay networks with block fading. Thereby, user 1 and user 2 exchange information only via a relay node, i.e., a direct link between both users is not present. We assume that channel state information at the transmitter (CSIT) is not available and/or only one coding and(More)
We consider a bidirectional network in which two users exchange information with the help of a buffer-aided relay. In such a network without direct link between user 1 and user 2, there exist six possible transmission modes, i.e., four point-to-point modes (user 1-to-relay, user 2-to-relay, relay-to-user 1, relay-to-user 2), a multiple access mode (both(More)
This paper investigates the problem of interference minimization which restricts the secondary users (SUs) quality of service (QoS) while coexisting the primary users (PUs), using distributed beamforming for a bidirectional cognitive relay network. We consider a network which consists of two secondary transceivers and K cognitive relay nodes and a primary(More)
In this paper, we consider the problem of cooperative spectrum sensing in a centralized cognitive radio network and propose a method to linearly combine the local decisions of secondary nodes, known as cognitive users, when the sensing and reporting channels are both experience fading. To be more specific, the problem of decision fusion is considered by the(More)
—In molecular communication (MC) systems, the expected number of molecules observed at the receiver over time after the instantaneous release of molecules by the transmitter is referred to as the channel impulse response (CIR). Knowledge of the CIR is needed for the design of detection and equalization schemes. In this paper, we present a training-based CIR(More)
—In the half-duplex single relay selection network, comprised of a source, M half-duplex relays, and a destination, only one relay is active at any given time, i.e., only one relay receives or transmits, and the other relays are inactive, i.e., they do not receive nor transmit. The capacity of this network, when all links are affected by independent slow(More)
—In molecular communication (MC) systems, the expected number of molecules observed at the receiver over time after the instantaneous release of molecules by the transmitter is referred to as the channel impulse response (CIR). Knowledge of the CIR is needed for the design of detection and equalization schemes. In this paper, we present a training-based CIR(More)
The bidirectional relay channel, in which two users communicate with each other through a relay node, is a simple but fundamental and practical network architecture. In this paper, we consider the block fading bidirectional relay channel with a decode-and-forward relay and propose efficient transmission strategies that exploit the block fading property of(More)