Doubly Differential Communication Assisted With Cooperative Relay
Doubly differential modem turns out to be a promising technology for coping with unknown frequency offsets with the pay of Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). In this paper, the authors propose to compensate the SNR loss by employing the detection-forward cooperative relay. The receiver can employ two kind of combiners to attain the achievable spatial diversity-gain. Performance analysis is carefully investigated for the Rayleigh-fading channel. It is shown that the SNR-compensation is satisfied for the large-SNR range.