A new block Markov coding strategy for pairwise and collective cooperation in the three user MAC
MetadataShow full item record
CitationEdemen, Ç. & Kaya, O. (2013). A new block markov coding strategy for pairwise and collective cooperation in the three user MAC. Paper presented at the 2013 First International Black Sea Conference on Communications and Networking (BlackSeaCom), 152-156. doi:10.1109/BlackSeaCom.2013.6623400
For a three user cooperative multiple access channel (MAC), we propose a new block Markov superposition encoding strategy, which enables all three users to cooperate collectively as well as in pairs. We obtain the resulting achievable rate expressions and compare them with existing two and three user cooperative strategies. We demonstrate that significant rate gains may be possible, without resorting to adaptive encoding/decoding techniques. We investigate the contributions from pairwise and collective cooperation signals while achieving tuples on the rate region boundary, and compare by simulations the sum rates achievable by two user versus three user grouping in cooperative MACs with fixed total resources.
Source2013 First International Black Sea Conference on Communications and Networking (BlackSeaCom)
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Optimal primary-secondary user pairing and power allocation in cognitive cooperative multiple access channels We develop jointly optimal power control and primary-secondary user partnering strategies for a cognitive cooperative multiple access channel with K primary and K secondary users. For each primary user, a cooperating ...
For a cooperative orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) system with two transmitters (TXs), and full channel state information (CSI), we obtain the optimal power allocation (PA) policies which maximize the ...
Enabling cooperation, resource allocation and receiver selection across cells: complementary fractional frequency reuse For a multi-cell multiple access channel, we develop a comprehensive cooperative communication framework: we propose a novel complementary fractional frequency reuse (FFR) strategy tailored specifically for pairwise user ...