Linear MIMO Transceiver Design for Cellular Multi-User Two-Way AF Relaying

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In this paper, the authors consider linear MIMO transceiver design for a cellular two-way amplify-and-forward relaying system consisting of a single multi-antenna base station, a single multi-antenna relay station, and multiple multi-antenna Mobile Stations (MSs). Due to the two-way transmission, the MSs could suffer from tremendous multi-user interference. They apply an interference management model exploiting signal space alignment and propose a transceiver design algorithm, which allows for alleviating the loss in spectral efficiency due to half-duplex operation and providing flexible performance optimization accounting for each user's quality of service priorities.

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