Relay Selection in Dual-Hop Transmission Systems: Selection Strategies and Performance Results

@article{Mller2008RelaySI,
  title={Relay Selection in Dual-Hop Transmission Systems: Selection Strategies and Performance Results},
  author={Andreas M{\"u}ller and Joachim Speidel},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2008},
  pages={4998-5003}
}
We address the problem of selecting an appropriate relay station for forwarding data from a source to a destination node in dual-hop communication systems. In this regard, we focus on regenerative relays, which try to fully decode the messages received from the source before forwarding them to the actual destination. Several different scenarios are considered with different kinds of channel state information (CSI) available at the selecting entity. For all cases, we present the optimal… CONTINUE READING
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