Interference Alignment at Intermediate SNR with Perfect or Noisy CSI

@inproceedings{Miatton2010InterferenceAA,
  title={Interference Alignment at Intermediate SNR with Perfect or Noisy CSI},
  author={Federico Miatton},
  year={2010}
}
Interference alignment is a new technique combining transmitter precoding and receiver interference suppression to achieve the optimal multiplexing gain in interference networks by exploiting knowledge of channel state information of all transmission links. So far closed form solutions for the transmit filters have only been found in certain cases. Also the feasibility of interference alignment schemes based on symbol extensions, over a limited number of signalling dimensions, is still an open… CONTINUE READING

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