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Opportunistic Relaying in Cellular Network for Capacity and Fairness Improvement

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Opportunistic Relaying in Cellular Network for Capacity and Fairness Improvement
— In this paper, we study how the cooperative relaying can improve both capacity and fairness in cellular network. The capacity and fairness have a trade-off relationship, so increasing cell throughput deteriorates fairness and vice versa. First, we show that the achievable average throughput region can be enlarged by using the cooperative relaying. This enlarged region means that capacity and fairness can be improved at the same time with an adequate scheduling algorithm. Thus, secondly we propose a generalized scheduling algorithm for cooperative relaying. The proposed scheduling algorithm can improve both capacity and fairness at the expense of cooperation among users. From simulations, we show that the trade-off relationship can be surpassed and the unfairness problem in the heterogeneous channel condition can be solved by the opportunistic relaying.
Seungho Song, Kyuho Son, Hyang-Won Lee, Song Chong
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Seungho Song, Kyuho Son, Hyang-Won Lee, Song Chong
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