Gaussian MIMO half-duplex relay networks: Approximate optimality of simple schedules

@article{Cardone2015GaussianMH,
  title={Gaussian MIMO half-duplex relay networks: Approximate optimality of simple schedules},
  author={Martina Cardone and Daniela Tuninetti and Raymond Knopp},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1267-1271}
}
This paper considers a Gaussian network where N half-duplex multiple-antenna relays assist the communication between a source and a destination. A novel antenna switching policy is proposed, where each relays' antenna can be configured to either receive or transmit independently of the others. The rate achieved by noisy network coding is shown to be to within a constant gap from the cut-set bound, where the gap only depends on the total number of antennas in the system. Moreover, the optimal… CONTINUE READING

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