Fairness Considerations in Full-Duplex MIMO Interference Channels
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In this paper, we address the proportional fair (PF) issue of a K link full-duplex (FD) multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) interference channel, where each link consists of two FD nodes exchanging information simultaneously. The nodes in each pair suffer from self-interference due to operating in FD mode, and inter-user interference from the nodes in other links due to simultaneous transmission from each link. The PF issue is important for networks with asymmetric topology and/or asymmetric traffic demands. We demonstrate that the proposed algorithm provides a good trade-off between sum achievable rate and rate distribution for asymmetric links, and moreover we show that the sum-rate achieved by FD mode is higher than the sum-rate achieved by baseline half-duplex (HD) schemes.
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