Capacity to Within 3 Bits for a Class of Gaussian Interference Channels With a Cognitive Relay
The Inter-Ference Channel with a Cognitive Relay (IFC-CR) consists of a classical two-user interference channel in which the two independent messages are also non-causally known at a cognitive relay node. In this paper a special class of IFC-CRs in which the sources do not create interference at the non-intended destinations is analyzed. This special model results in a channel with two non-interfering point-to-point channels whose transmission is aided by an in-band cognitive relay, which is thus referred to as the Parallel Channel with a Cognitive Relay (PC-CR).
Provided by: University of Illinois Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jun 2011 Format: PDF