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Full interference cancellation for two-path cooperative communications

Luo, C.B., Gong, Y. and Zheng, F.C. (2009) Full interference cancellation for two-path cooperative communications. In: IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, Budapest, Hungary.

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Abstract/Summary

This paper proposes a full interference cancellation (FIC) approach for two-path cooperative communications. Unlike the single relay schemes, the two-path cooperative scheme involves two relay nodes, so that the source can continuously transmit data to the two relays alternatively and the full bandwidth efficiency with respect to the direct transmission can be retained. The two-path relay scheme may however suffer from inter-relay interference which is caused by the simultaneous transmission of the source and one of the relays at any time. In this paper, first the inter-relay interference is expressed as a single recursive term in the received signal, and then the FIC approach is proposed to fully remove the inter-relay interference. The FIC has not only better performance but also less complexity than existing approaches. Numerical examples are also given to verify the proposed approach.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:14772
Uncontrolled Keywords:FADING RELAY CHANNELS, EFFICIENT PROTOCOLS, DIVERSITY
Publisher:IEEE

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