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 Title & Authors
Hybrid Scheduling in Millimeter Wave Full-Duplex Systems
Mai, Vien V.; Kim, Juyeop; Choi, Sang Won; Shin, Won-Yong;
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 Abstract
We introduce a hybrid scheduling in a multi-path poor scattering full-duplex (FD) system, which consists of one multi-antenna FD base station and a large number of single-antenna half-duplex mobile stations. Our hybrid scheduling utilizes partial channel state information at the transmitter. In particular, unlike the conventional scheduling method using opportunistic transmission for both uplink and downlink, the proposed scheme combines a random transmit beamforming for downlink and a zero forcing beamforming for uplink. As our main result, via computer simulations, it is shown that the proposed scheme has a superior sum-rate performance than that of the conventional scheduling method beyond a certain signal-to-noise ratio regime.
 Keywords
Opportunistic scheduling;millimeter wave (mmWave);poor scattering;self-interference;full-duplex (FD);hybrid scheduling;
 Language
Korean
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