Performance analysis of distributed method for full-duplex relaying cooperative systems

T Abadi, K A Hamdi

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    This paper focuses on the spectral efficiency (SE) problem in amplify-and-forward (AF) and decode-and-forward (DF) relaying cooperative systems with full-duplex (FD) operation. Previous works on FD relaying systems have focused on outage performance or relay selection schemes wherein for the max-min relay selection scheme residual loop-interference has been neglected. Therefore, the motivation of this paper is to figure out which one of the relaying methods, AF or DF, is spectrally efficient in terms of the single relay selection scheme. For this, we apply time-based distributed method for max-min relay selection scheme by considering the residual loop interferences. Moreover, to see the impact of overhead, we consider a non-ideal FD relaying cooperative system. Numerical and simulation results are provided to illustrate the effect of collisions on the SE and a comparison of SE between two relaying methods for the distributed method.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationWireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 2015 IEEE
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2015


    • amplify and forward communication
    • cooperative communication
    • decode and forward communication
    • interference (signal)
    • relay networks (telecommunication)
    • spectral analysis
    • AF relaying method
    • DF relaying method
    • SE
    • amplify-and-forward
    • collisions effect
    • decode-and-forward
    • full-duplex relaying cooperative system
    • max-min relay selection scheme
    • performance analysis
    • residual loop-interference
    • spectral efficiency
    • time-based distributed method
    • Conferences
    • Cooperative systems
    • High definition video
    • Interference
    • Mobile computing
    • Relays
    • Signal to noise ratio


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