Date Added: Jul 2011
This paper investigates the power control and beamforming design in the MISO-IC (Multiple Input Single Output-Interference Channel) when constraints are placed at the receivers' input power. In this way regulatory constraints are met and transmissions can coexist spatially. Dynamic and easy-to-implement distributed designs are proposed; thus, using only local per user power measurements, which includes that of the intended signal as well as the undesired interference from other users plus receiver noise. Power control is crucial in interference-limited multiuser networks.