Fair Scheduling and Resource Allocation for Wireless Cellular Network With Shared Relays

This paper examines the shared relay architecture for the wireless cellular network, where instead of deploying multiple separate relays within each cell sector, a single relay with multiple antennas is placed at the cell edge and is shared by multiple sectors. The advantage of shared relaying is that the joint processing of signals at the relay enables the mitigation of inter-cell interference. To maximize the benefit of shared relaying, the resource allocation and the scheduling of users among adjacent cell sectors need to be optimized jointly.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Topic: Networking Date Added: Sep 2012 Format: PDF

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