Distributed transmit diversity in relay networks


Cemal Akçaba, Patrick Kuppinger, and Helmut Bölcskei


IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW), Bergen, Norway, pp. 233-237, July 2007.

DOI: 10.1109/ITWITWN.2007.4318070

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We analyze fading relay networks, where a single-antenna source-destination terminal pair communicates through a set of half-duplex single-antenna relays using a two-hop protocol with linear processing at the relay level. A family of relaying schemes is presented which achieves the entire optimal diversity-multiplexing (DM) tradeoff curve. As a byproduct of our analysis, it follows that delay diversity and phase-rolling at the relay level are optimal with respect to the entire DM-tradeoff curve, provided the delays and the modulation frequencies, respectively, are chosen appropriately.


Transmit diversity, relay network, phase rolling, delay diversity, diversity-multiplexing tradeoff

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