DESIGN OF LOW-COMPLEXITY MULTI-ANTENNA RELAYING FOR OFDM BASED RELAY NETWORKS WITH SLM TECHNIQUE

    A class of low-complexity multi-antenna relaying schemes is proposed for orthogonal frequency division multiplexing based one-way and two-way relay networks. In the proposed schemes, two single-antenna terminal nodes complete the data transfer in two time phases via a multi-antenna amplify-and forward relay without channel state information, discrete Fourier transform (DFT), and inverse DFT. The relay signal processing consists of receive combining, power scaling, and transmit diversity, where instantaneous time domain power scaling is proposed for power scaling and power-based selection combining and cyclic delay combining are proposed for receive combining, to leverage the performance only with time domain operations. An approximation to the outage probability is also derived to predict the coded performance behavior under practical channel models. The project is designed as described below for OFDM and SLM technique.

PROJECT FLOW-OFDM
•    Generate Message Data
•    Select No of Relay and protocols (OWR and TWR refer fig.1
from reference paper)
•    Transmit data to AWGN Channel
•    Apply Receiver process (Refer Fig2(b)
from reference paper)
•    Find Outage Probability and BER
•    Plot the Result
PROJECT FLOW-SLM
•    Generate Message Data
•    Select No of Relay and protocols (OWR and TWR refer fig.1 from reference paper)
•    Applying Selective Mapping SLM Technique
•    Transmit data to AWGN Channel
•    Apply Receiver process (Refer Fig2(b))
•    Find Outage Probability and BER

Reference Paper: Design and Analysis of Low-Complexity Multi-Antenna Relaying for OFDM-Based Relay Networks
Author’s Name: Jin Soo Wang, Dongryul Shin, Seong Ro Lee, Iickho Song, and Yun Hee Kim
Source: IEEE
Year: 2014

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