Comparison of Cooperative Path Selection Techniques

@article{Eksim2007ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of Cooperative Path Selection Techniques},
  author={Ali Eksim and Mehmet Ertugrul Çelebi},
  journal={2007 IEEE 15th Signal Processing and Communications Applications},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-4}
}
Relay selection (RS) is the one of the proposed methods in the literature to utilize cooperative diversity. When the source-relay channel information is not available at the destination, the RS technique does not exploit user diversity efficiently. The proposed solution of this problem in the literature is that the relays monitor all channels "end-to-end" and the mobile unit with the highest channel gain informs the destination and other relays. This is called path selection and is not a… CONTINUE READING

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