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Relaying in non-ideal conditions

Relaying in non-ideal conditions

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Wireless relaying has been proposed as a promising technology to achieve either diversity gain via a distributed multiple-input multiple-output setting or extended network coverage without the need for extra infrastructure. In practice, this is often performed under non-ideal channel and signal conditions. In this chapter, the effects of various non-ideal conditions on the performance of wireless relaying will be examined. We focus on amplify-and-forward (AF) relaying, where the relay node amplifies and forwards the signal received from the source node to the destination node without any decoding. The examined non-ideal conditions include feedback delay, link correlation, non-Gaussian interference, and wireless power.

Chapter Contents:

  • 10.1 Introduction
  • 10.2 Relaying with feedback delay
  • 10.3 Relaying with link correlation
  • 10.4 Relaying with non-Gaussian interference
  • 10.5 Relaying with wireless power
  • References

Inspec keywords: MIMO communication; relay networks (telecommunication); amplify and forward communication; decoding; feedback; delays

Other keywords: nonideal condition; wireless relaying; extended network coverage; diversity gain; wireless power; link correlation; decoding; nonGaussian interference; AF relaying; signal condition; nonideal channel; amplify-and-forward relaying; relay node; feedback delay; distributed multiple-input multiple-output setting; destination node

Subjects: Radio links and equipment

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