Beamforming vector design for regenerative wired two-way relay systems

Beamforming vector design for regenerative wired two-way relay systems

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A new structure for a regenerative two-way relay (TWR) system, called a wired TWR (WTWR) system is introduced. The WTWR consists of two relay nodes that are connected through an optical link, and it operates as a single conventional TWR node. For the WTWR system, beamforming vectors maximising the sum rate of two source/destination nodes (i.e. users) are designed. The WTWR exploiting the proposed beamforming is applicable to various systems that can employ a TWR protocol, such as heterogeneous networks, distributed antenna systems, and coordinated multipoint transmission systems.


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