Multiuser Wireless Systems and Networks
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Interference Alignment is a novel technique that allows K transmitter-receiver pairs, possibly interfering with each other, to communicate for 30 minutes each in one hour without effects of interference. In other words, each of the K users receive half the cake.
In my project I will investigate Interference Alignment for MIMO interference channels in the presence of imperfect CSI.
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