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Amplify-And-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications

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Amplify-And-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications
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Amplify-And-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications
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This SpringerBrief explores the advantage of relaying techniques in addressing the increasing demand for high data rates and reliable services over the air. It demonstrates how to design cost-effective relay systems that provide high spectral efficiency and fully exploit the diversity of the relay channel. The brief covers advances in achievable rates, power allocation schemes, and error performance for half-duplex (HD) and full-duplex (FD) amplify-and-forward (AF) single-relay systems. The authors discuss the capacity and respective optimal power allocation for a wide range of HD protocols over static and fading channels. Then, optimal amplification coefficients in terms of achievable rate are presented. Chapters also examine performance with finite constellations, including the error and diversity performance. The brief concludes with a capacity and error performance analysis of the FD relay mode of operation, where the residual self-interference due to FD transmission is explicitly taken into account. Amplify-and-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications reveals the benefits and challenges of relaying techniques. It is designed for researchers and professionals in wireless communication. This material is also appropriate for advanced-level students in electrical engineering and computer science
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Amplify-And-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications
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Amplify-And-Forward Relaying in Wireless Communications
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Acronyms -- 1 Relaying: An Overview -- 1.1 Half-Duplex Relaying -- 1.2 Full-Duplex Relaying -- 1.3 Relay Functions -- 1.4 Organization of this Brief -- 1.5 Notation -- References -- 2 Relay Protocols -- 2.1 General System Model -- 2.2 HD Protocols -- 2.2.1 NAF Protocol -- 2.2.2 DT Protocol -- 2.2.3 OAF Protocol -- 2.2.4 DHAF Protocol -- 2.2.5 TWAF Protocol -- 2.3 FD Protocols -- 2.3.1 LR Protocol -- 2.3.2 DHAF Protocol -- 2.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 3 Half-Duplex AF Relaying: Capacity and Power Allocation Over Static Channels -- 3.1 Problem Formulation -- 3.2 Capacity Under Individual Power Constraints -- 3.3 Capacity Under Joint Power Constraints -- 3.4 High and Low Power Regions -- 3.4.1 Per-Node Power Constraints -- 3.4.1.1 High Source Power, Fixed Relay Power -- 3.4.1.2 High Relay Power, Fixed Source Power -- 3.4.1.3 High Source and Relay Power -- 3.4.1.4 Low Source and Relay Power -- 3.4.2 Global Power Constraint -- 3.4.2.1 High Global Power -- 3.4.2.2 Low Global Power -- 3.5 Illustrative Examples -- 3.5.1 Symmetric Network Model -- 3.5.2 Linear Network Model -- 3.6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 4 Half-Duplex AF Relaying: Achievable Rate and Power Allocation Over Fading Channels -- 4.1 Problem Formulation -- 4.2 Achievable Rates and Closed-Form Approximations -- 4.2.1 OW DHAF Systems -- 4.2.2 OW Cooperative Systems -- 4.2.3 TW Systems -- 4.2.4 Remarks -- 4.3 Optimal Power Allocation -- 4.3.1 DHAF Systems -- 4.3.2 Cooperative Systems -- 4.3.3 TW Systems -- 4.4 Closed-Form Solution for DHAF System with CI Coefficient -- 4.5 Illustrative Examples -- 4.5.1 Tightness of the Proposed Approximations -- 4.5.2 Optimal Power Allocation -- 4.6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 5 Half-Duplex AF Relaying: Adaptation Policies -- 5.1 Problem Formulation -- 5.2 Optimal Power Adaptation Schemes -- 5.2.1 OAF System
  • 5.2.2 NAF System -- 5.2.3 TW System -- 5.3 Illustrative Examples -- 5.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 6 Half-Duplex AF Relaying: Error Performance and Precoding -- 6.1 System Model -- 6.2 Performance Analysis -- 6.3 Diversity Benefits in Error-Floor Regions -- 6.3.1 Diversity and Coding Gain Functions -- 6.3.2 Optimal Class of Precoders -- 6.3.3 Design of Superposition Angles for IndependentMappings -- 6.4 Near-Capacity Design in Turbo Pinch-Off Areas -- 6.4.1 Multi-D Mapping in Precoded Multiple Cooperative Frames -- 6.4.2 EXIT Chart Analysis -- 6.5 Illustrative Examples -- 6.6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 7 Full-Duplex AF Relaying: Capacity Under ResidualSelf-Interference -- 7.1 Problem Formulation -- 7.2 Capacity and Optimal Power Allocation -- 7.3 Asymptotic Analysis -- 7.3.1 Large Source Power, Fixed Relay Power -- 7.3.2 Large Relay Power, Fixed Source Power -- 7.3.3 Large Source and Relay Power -- 7.3.4 Large Global Power -- 7.4 Illustrative Examples and Comparisons to HD Schemes -- 7.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 8 Full-Duplex AF Relaying: Error Performance Under Residual Self-Interference -- 8.1 System Model -- 8.2 PEP Analysis and Tight BER Bounds -- 8.2.1 PEP for the LR System -- 8.2.2 PEP for the DH System -- 8.2.3 Tight BER Bounds of BICM-ID Systems -- 8.3 Diversity and Coding Gain Analysis -- 8.3.1 LR Analysis -- 8.3.1.1 Uncoded System -- 8.3.1.2 Coded System -- 8.3.2 DH Analysis -- 8.3.2.1 Uncoded System -- 8.3.2.2 Coded System -- 8.4 Illustrative Examples -- 8.4.1 LR Examples -- 8.4.2 DH Examples -- 8.5 Concluding Remarks -- References
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