Low-Complexity Opportunistic Transmission Schemes for Multi-User Multi-Relay Asymmetric Bidirectional Relaying Networks

@article{Li2016LowComplexityOT,
  title={Low-Complexity Opportunistic Transmission Schemes for Multi-User Multi-Relay Asymmetric Bidirectional Relaying Networks},
  author={Jing Li and Yu Zheng and Jianhua Ge and Chensi Zhang and Feng-kui Gong and Mohsen Guizani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={5167-5181}
}
Two opportunistic transmission schemes, i.e., joint user-relay selection with beamforming (JURS-BF) and joint user-relay selection with antenna selection (JURS-AS), are proposed and analyzed for multi-user multi-relay bidirectional relaying networks (BRNs) composed of one N-antenna base station (BS)/ access point (AP), M single-antenna users, and K single-antenna relays. In particular, by considering the rate asymmetry between the BS/AP and the users, joint user-relay selection is tackled with… CONTINUE READING

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