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|Abstract:||Cooperative technology is expected to have a great impact on the performance of cellular or, more generally, infrastructure networks. Both multicell processing (cooperation among base stations) and relaying (cooperation at the user level) are currently being investigated. In this presentation, recent results regarding the performance of multicell processing and user cooperation under the assumption of limited-capacity interbase station and inter-user links, respectively, are reviewed. The survey focuses on related results derived for non-fading uplink and downlink channels of simple cellular system models. The analytical treatment, facilitated by these simple setups, enhances the insight into the limitations imposed by limited-capacity constraints on the gains achievable by cooperative techniques.|
|Citation:||Shamai, Shlomo, Somekh, Oren, Simeone, Osvaldo, Sanderovich, Amichai, Zaidel, Benjamin M, Poor, H Vincent. Cooperative Multi-Cell Networks: Impact of Limited-Capacity Backhaul and Inter-Users Links. In the Proceedings of the Joint Workshop on Coding and Communications, Durnstein, Austria, Oct. 14-16 2007|
|Pages:||1 - 5|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||In the Proceedings of the Joint Workshop on Coding and Communications, Durnstein, Austria, Oct. 14-16 2007|
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