On resource allocation in two-way limited feedback beamforming systems


The benefits employing channel state information (CSI) at the transmitter in a multiple antenna wireless link are well documented in the literature. One of the most popular techniques to provide the transmitter with CSI in frequency division duplexing wireless links is by sending a finite number of feedback bits. However, the effect of the overhead created by these feedback bits on the link performance is still not well understood. In this paper, we study a specific scenario of limited feedback known as limited feedback beamforming. We look at the effect of allocating resources to feedback and the scaling of these resources. Monte Carlo simulations also demonstrate the inherent tradeoff between the forward and reverse links in a wireless system.

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@article{Love2008OnRA, title={On resource allocation in two-way limited feedback beamforming systems}, author={D. Love and Chun Kin Au-Yeung}, journal={2008 Information Theory and Applications Workshop}, year={2008}, pages={188-192} }