Joint cooperative diversity and scheduling in low mobility wireless networks

@article{Wittneben2004JointCD,
  title={Joint cooperative diversity and scheduling in low mobility wireless networks},
  author={Armin Wittneben and Ingmar Hammerstr{\"o}m and Marc Kuhn},
  journal={IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM '04.},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={780-784 Vol.2}
}
We consider a wireless network, which consists of several active source/destination pairs and a number of idle nodes. Multiple idle nodes volunteer as relays to facilitate the communication. All nodes have low mobility and the fading channel is essentially constant over the latency time scale of interest (block fading). Conventional adaptive scheduling techniques are either unfair or inefficient in this context. We introduce a new approach to jointly utilize adaptive scheduling and cooperative… CONTINUE READING

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