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## Approximate Ergodic Capacity of a Class of Fading 2-user 2-hop Networks (2012)

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Citation Context ...ultiple paths through the network, a technique termed as interference neutralization. Proper use of such interference neutralization is the key for an approximate capacity [6] or DoF characterization =-=[7]-=-–[11] of multi-source multi-hop networks. In spite of recent progress in this area, the best known capacity characterization for fully connected 2-user 2-hop networks is within o(log(SNR)) bits/sec/Hz... |

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Citation Context ...als of multi-source single-hop networks. Approximate capacity results have been proved for the 2-user interference channel [1], many-to-one or one-tomany interference channel [2], and two-way channel =-=[3]-=-, which characterize the capacity within a constant number of bits/sec/Hz independent of signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and channel parameters. It has also been proved in [4] that interference alignment ... |

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Citation Context ...[11] of multi-source multi-hop networks. In spite of recent progress in this area, the best known capacity characterization for fully connected 2-user 2-hop networks is within o(log(SNR)) bits/sec/Hz =-=[8]-=-, which can be arbitrarily large as SNR increases. The aim of this paper is to close the capacity gap of the 2user 2-hop networks within a constant number of bits/sec/Hz, independent of SNR and the nu... |

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Citation Context ...ple paths through the network, a technique termed as interference neutralization. Proper use of such interference neutralization is the key for an approximate capacity [6] or DoF characterization [7]–=-=[11]-=- of multi-source multi-hop networks. In spite of recent progress in this area, the best known capacity characterization for fully connected 2-user 2-hop networks is within o(log(SNR)) bits/sec/Hz [8],... |

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Citation Context ...se the capacity gap of the 2user 2-hop networks within a constant number of bits/sec/Hz, independent of SNR and the number of relays. Our achievability is based on ergodic interference neutralization =-=[9]-=-, [12], † He is also with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA. W1 W2 S1 S2 x1[t] x2[t] H[t] zR,1[t] zR,2[t] yR,1[t] yR,2[t] R1 R... |

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Citation Context ...n be cancelled by aligning multiple paths through the network, a technique termed as interference neutralization. Proper use of such interference neutralization is the key for an approximate capacity =-=[6]-=- or DoF characterization [7]–[11] of multi-source multi-hop networks. In spite of recent progress in this area, the best known capacity characterization for fully connected 2-user 2-hop networks is wi... |

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Citation Context ...with L ≥ 3 interference neutralization can be achieved without channel pairing. However, maximizing the achievable sum rate exploiting interference neutralization without channel pairing presented in =-=[15]-=- is non-convex and, as a result, it is unclear how to determine the sum rate gap from the cut-set upper bound. By contrast, we now show that our achievable rate expression from Theorem 1 permits to de... |

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Approximate ergodic capacity of a class of fading 2
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Citation Context ...e capacity gap of the 2user 2-hop networks within a constant number of bits/sec/Hz, independent of SNR and the number of relays. Our achievability is based on ergodic interference neutralization [9], =-=[12]-=-, † He is also with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA. W1 W2 S1 S2 x1[t] x2[t] H[t] zR,1[t] zR,2[t] yR,1[t] yR,2[t] R1 R2 xR,1... |