KAUST DepartmentElectrical Engineering Program
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AbstractDevice-to-Device (D2D) communication is envisioned to play a key role in 5G networks as a technique for meeting the demand for high data rates. In a cellular network, D2D allows not only direct communication between users, but also device relaying. In this paper, a simple instance of device-relaying is investigated, and its impact on fairness among users is studied. Namely, a cellular network consisting of two D2D-enabled users and a base-station (BS) is considered. Thus, the users who want to establish communication with the BS can act as relays for each other’s signals. While this problem is traditionally considered in the literature as a multiple-access channel with cooperation in the uplink, and a broadcast channel with cooperation in the downlink, we propose a different treatment of the problem as a multi-way channel. A simple communication scheme is proposed, and is shown to achieve significant gain in terms of fairness (measured by the symmetric rate supported) in comparison to the aforementioned traditional treatment.
CitationChaaban, A. and Sezgin, A., 2015. Device-Relaying in Cellular D2D Networks: A Fairness Perspective. In Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks (pp. 653-664). Springer International Publishing.
PublisherSpringer Science + Business Media
JournalLecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering