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dc.contributor.authorCirik, A.
dc.contributor.authorRong, Yue
dc.contributor.authorHua, Y.
dc.identifier.citationCirik, A. and Rong, Y. and Hua, Y. 2014. Achievable rates of full-duplex MIMO radios in fast fading channels with imperfect channel estimation. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. 62 (15): pp. 3874-3886.

We study the theoretical performance of two full-duplex multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radio systems: a full-duplex bi-directional communication system and a full-duplex relay system. We focus on the effect of a (digitally manageable) residual self-interference due to imperfect channel estimation (with independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) Gaussian channel estimation error) and transmitter noise. We assume that the instantaneous channel state information (CSI) is not available the transmitters. To maximize the system ergodic mutual information, which is a non-convex function of power allocation vectors at the nodes, a gradient projection algorithm is developed to optimize the power allocation vectors. This algorithm exploits both spatial and temporal freedoms of the source covariance matrices of the MIMO links between transmitters and receivers to achieve higher sum ergodic mutual information. It is observed through simulations that the full-duplex mode is optimal when the nominal self-interference is low, and the half-duplex mode is optimal when the nominal self-interference is high. In addition to an exact closed-form ergodic mutual information expression, we introduce a much simpler asymptotic closed-form ergodic mutual information expression, which in turn simplifies the computation of the power allocation vectors.

dc.publisherI E E E
dc.subjectfast fading channels
dc.subjectFull-duplex MIMO radio
dc.subjectfull-duplex relays
dc.subjectbi-directional communication
dc.titleAchievable rates of full-duplex MIMO radios in fast fading channels with imperfect channel estimation
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleIEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

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