Cooperative data transfers for 5G networks

@inproceedings{Duan2017CooperativeDT,
  title={Cooperative data transfers for 5G networks},
  author={Yufeng Duan},
  year={2017}
}
The demand for higher capacity, higher data rate and larger bandwidth has driven the research and industrial world to develop next generation wireless communication technology, namely, the 5G. Among all the approaches proposed for such a high demand, only the cooperative communication approach promises to significantly improve of the performances (capacity, data rate, bandwidth, etc.) with a low cost. In this thesis, we propose a D2D communication scheme as a solution for the out-door scenario… Expand

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