Guest editorial theories and methods for advanced wireless relays - Issue I
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The 46 papers focusing on the theme of "Theories and Methods for Advanced Wireless Relays" have been divided into two groups to be published in two separate issues. This first issue includes 23 papers on relay performance bound, MIMO relay beamforming, relay channel estimation, two-way and shared relays, full-duplex relays, and security for relay networks. The second issue includes papers on coding for relay networks, medium access control for relays, implementation ans system performance studies.
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Khandaker, Muhammad; Rong, Yue (2010)In this paper, we address the optimal source and relay matrices design issue for a multiple-input multiple-output(MIMO) relay network using the dirty paper coding (DPC) scheme at the source node. The aim is to minimize ...
Rong, Yue; Hua, Y. (2010)In this paper, a multicarrier multi-hop multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) relay system is investigated. A linear non-regenerative strategy is applied at each relay node. We show that for Schur-concave objective ...
Rong, Yue (2011)In this paper, we address the issue of multiaccess communication through multi-hop linear non-regenerative relays, where all users, all relay nodes, and the destination node may have multiple antennas. Using a linear ...