Advances in base- and mobile-station aided cooperative wireless communications:an overview

Zhang, Rong and Wang, Li and Parr, G. and Aliu, O.G. and Awoseyila, B. and Azarmi, N. and Bhatti, S. and Bodanese, E. and Chen, H. and Dianati, M. and Dutta, A and Fitch, M. and Giridhar, K. and Hailes, S. and Hari, K.V.S. and Imran, M.A and Jagannatham, AK. and Karandikar, A and Kawade, S. and Ali Khan, M.Z. and Kompalli, S.C. and Langdon, P. and Narayanan, B. and Mauthe, Andreas and McGeehan, J. and Mehta, N. and Millet, K. and Moessner, K. and Rajashekar, R. and Ramkumar, B. and Ribeiro, V. and Vasudevan, K. and Hanzo, L. and Bigham, J. (2013) Advances in base- and mobile-station aided cooperative wireless communications:an overview. IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, 8 (1). pp. 57-69. ISSN 1556-6072

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Abstract

In recent years, there has been an upsurge of research interest in cooperative wireless communications in both academia and industry. This article presents a simple overview of the pivotal topics in both mobile station (MS)- and base station (BS)- assisted cooperation in the context of cellular radio systems. Owing to the ever-increasing amount of literature in this particular field, this article is by no means exhaustive, but is intended to serve as a roadmap by assembling a representative sample of recent results and to stimulate further research. The emphasis is initially on relay-base cooperation, relying on network coding, followed by the design of cross-layer cooperative protocols conceived for MS cooperation and the concept of coalition network element (CNE)-assisted BS cooperation. Then, a range of complexity and backhaul traffic reduction techniques that have been proposed for BS cooperation are reviewed. A more detailed discussion is provided in the context of MS cooperation concerning the pros and cons of dispensing with high-complexity, power-hungry channel estimation. Finally, generalized design guidelines, conceived for cooperative wireless communications, are presented.

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Journal Article
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IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine
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14 Aug 2014 14:33
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Yes
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Published
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