Ergodic capacity of block-fading Gaussian broadcast and multi-access channels for single-user-selection and constant-power

@article{Shaqfeh2009ErgodicCO,
  title={Ergodic capacity of block-fading Gaussian broadcast and multi-access channels for single-user-selection and constant-power},
  author={Mohammed Shaqfeh and Norbert Goertz and John S. Thompson},
  journal={2009 17th European Signal Processing Conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={784-788}
}
We consider the ergodic capacity region of block-fading Gaussian multiuser channels with channel-state information at both the transmitters and the receivers. We assume a single constraint on the total long-term average power used for both broadcast and multi-access channels. In addition to the optimal solution known from the literature, we provide analytic expressions - some of which are novel - to characterize the boundary surface of the capacity region under auxiliary constraints which… CONTINUE READING
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