Recent Study on Interference Management for Full-Duplex Cellular Systems

- Journal title : The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
- Volume 40, Issue 7, 2015, pp.1266-1275
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
- DOI : 10.7840/kics.2015.40.7.1266

Title & Authors

Recent Study on Interference Management for Full-Duplex Cellular Systems

Jeon, Sang-Woon;

Jeon, Sang-Woon;

Abstract

This review paper introduces recent results on interference management for full-duplex cellular systems. Interference management techniques for uplink-downlink cellular networks are frist introduced, which are closely related to those for full-duplex cellular systems. Self-interference suppression method for full-duplex radios and the corresponding modeling of full-duplex cellular systems are then explained. Even if self-interference is perfectly suppressed, there exists a new source of interference between full-duplex users for full-duplex cellular systems. Therefore, management of such user-to-user interference is of crucially importance to improve the capacity of full-duplex cellular systems. Recently, new interference management techniques for achieving the optimal sum degrees of freedom of full-duplex cellular systems have been proposed. In this review paper, these optimal interference management techniques are mainly introduced.

Keywords

Full-Duplex;Cellular Networks;Interference Management;Degrees of Freedom;Multiantenna;

Language

Korean

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