Inspired by the information theoretic results concerning multiuser diversity, we address practical issues in implementing multiuser diversity in a multiple access wireless setting. Considering a channel-assigning strategy that assigns the channel only to the user with the best instantaneous SNR , our emphasis is on the effects of channel feedback delay in downlink transmissions. A finite set of M-ary quadrature amplitude modulation (M-QAM) constellations is adopted and a constant transmit power is assumed in this practical multiuser adaptive modulation scheme. Based on the closed-form expressions for average bit error rate (BER) and average data rate, we illustrate the impact of channel feedback delay on the achievable multiuser diversity gain with the number of users. Simple and accurate asymptotic approximations are also provided in the limit of large numbers of users. Focusing on different applications, we propose two optimization criteria for the switching thresholds, based on either an average BER, or an outage probability constraint. Two novel constant power, variable rate M-QAM schemes that are less sensitive to feedback delay are proposed using the optimal switching thresholds, which are derived to maximize the average data rate subject to these two constraints, respectively. To obtain a certain degree of fairness among the users, we also consider a fair channel-assigning strategy that assigns the channel to only the user with the greatest normalized SNR.
"Under the multi-cluster subband fading model, we perform analysis on the average goodput and the average outage probability with heterogeneous partial feedback. In addition to examining the impact of imperfect feedback on multiuser diversity , , we also investigate how to adapt and optimize the average goodput in the presence of these imperfections. We consider both the fixed rate and the variable rate scenarios, and utilize bounding technique and an efficient approximation to derive near-optimal strategies. "
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Current OFDMA systems group resource blocks into subband to form the basic
feedback unit. Homogeneous feedback design with a common subband size is not
aware of the heterogeneous channel statistics among users. Under a general
correlated channel model, we demonstrate the gain of matching the subband size
to the underlying channel statistics motivating heterogeneous feedback design
with different subband sizes and feedback resources across clusters of users.
Employing the best-M partial feedback strategy, users with smaller subband size
would convey more partial feedback to match the frequency selectivity. In order
to develop an analytical framework to investigate the impact of partial
feedback and potential imperfections, we leverage the multi-cluster subband
fading model. The perfect feedback scenario is thoroughly analyzed, and the
closed form expression for the average sum rate is derived for the
heterogeneous partial feedback system. We proceed to examine the effect of
imperfections due to channel estimation error and feedback delay, which leads
to additional consideration of system outage. Two transmission strategies: the
fix rate and the variable rate, are considered for the outage analysis. We also
investigate how to adapt to the imperfections in order to maximize the average
goodput under heterogeneous partial feedback.
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"(ST-CSI). However, it may not be feasible to share ST- CSI among adjacent cells mainly due to backhaul delay and signaling overhead problem . This problem can be alleviated by using long-term (LT)-CSI for the coordination. "
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Deployment of multiple femtocells in a confined area may cause serious interference problem to each other. To mitigate the inter-femtocell interference, we consider combined use of coordinated user scheduling with transmit beamforming in femtocell networks. Femto base stations collaboratively schedule users to minimize the interference in an average sense and employ a beamforming technique to maximize the network spectral efficiency. We assume that only the transmit spatial correlation coefficient is shared by femto base stations, making it quite feasible for implementation. The effectiveness of the proposed scheme is verifed by computer simulation in the presence of channel correlation. 1
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"The second problem, outdated CSI, is due to time-variations of the fading channel with respect to the feedback delay, and may cause severe degradation of the system sum-rate. In , the bit error rate and average data rate of an M -ary QAM transmission scheme are derived for broadcast fading channels with outdated, full CSI feedback. In , the impact of outdated CSI is studied for a selective feedback scheme, where only the users with good channel conditions (i.e., above a given threshold) feed back their full CSI. "
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: In this paper, the ergodic sum rate and the outage probability of a downlink single-antenna channel with K users are analyzed in the presence of Rayleigh flat fading, where limited channel state information (CSI) feedback is assumed. Specifically, only 1-bit feedback per fading block per user is available at the base station. We first study the ergodic sum rate of the 1-bit feedback scheme and consider the impact of feedback delay on the system. A closed-form expression for the achievable ergodic sum rate is presented as a function of the fading temporal correlation coefficient. It is proved that the sum rate scales as log log K, which is the same scaling law achieved by the optimal nondelayed full CSI feedback scheme. The sum-rate degradation due to outdated CSI is also evaluated in the asymptotic regimes of either large K or low SNR. The outage performance of the 1-bit feedback scheme for both instantaneous and outdated feedback is then investigated. Expressions for the outage probabilities are derived, along with the corresponding diversity-multiplexing tradeoffs (DMTs). It is shown that, with instantaneous feedback, a power allocation based on the feedback bits enables doubling of the DMT compared with the case with short-term power constraint in which a dynamic power allocation is not allowed. However, with outdated feedback, the advantage of power allocation is lost, and the DMT reverts to that achievable with no CSI feedback. Nevertheless, for finite SNR, improvement in terms of outage probability can still be obtained.
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