Distributed orthogonalization in large interference relay networks

@article{Morgenshtern2005DistributedOI,
  title={Distributed orthogonalization in large interference relay networks},
  author={Veniamin I. Morgenshtern and Helmut B{\"o}lcskei and Rohit U. Nabar},
  journal={Proceedings. International Symposium on Information Theory, 2005. ISIT 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={1211-1215}
}
We study fading interference relay networks where M single-antenna source-destination terminal pairs communicate through a set of K relays using half-duplex two-hop relaying. Two specific protocols are considered, P1 introduced in H. Bolcskei, et al. (2004), H. Bolcskei and R.U. Nabar (2004) and P2 introduced in A.F. Dana and B. Hassibi (2003). P1 relies on the idea of relay partitioning and requires each relay terminal to know one backward and one forward fading coefficient only. P2 requires… CONTINUE READING

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