Adaptive block Diagonalization and user scheduling with out of cluster interferenced
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Interference in a cellular network is one of the main impairments that needs to be overcome. Coordination among the Base Stations may enable the use of the interference to improve the transmission rate at the cost of increased computational complexity and more stringent backhaul and feedback requirements. Practical problems of global coordination can be reduced through clustering which, in turn, will introduce Out of Cluster Interference (OCI). OCI can seriously hamper the advantages brought by precoding techniques like Block Diagonalization (BD). In this work we propose a mixed transmission strategy using BD and Single User transmission that is able to overcome the problems introduced by the OCI, in combination with a low complexity scheduling algorithm that enables an increased transmission rate in a multiuser scenario.
CitationGarcía, J. [et al.]. Adaptive block Diagonalization and user scheduling with out of cluster interferenced. A: European Wireless Conference. "Proceedings EW 2014". Barcelona: 2014, p. 238-243.
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