Improving performance of Full Duplex Device to Device Communication Underlaying Cellular Networks
sharmila k, Dr.M.Barithabegum
MIMO, Full duplex, D2D Communication
In this project two novel cooperative modes are developed for full-duplex D2D communication underlying cellular networks. The network MU-MIMO based mostly mode (N-mode) and therefore the successive forwarding mode (S-mode).within the N-mode, two-D2D users work as network MIMO to forward the info to cellular users and so influence the channel diversity within the S-mode, the spatial distribution of D2D users and cellular users is explored to boost the transmission rate. Reinforced these modes, two D2D users share the downlink resources with two close cellular users at the same time to attain each proximity gain and employ gain. Moreover, these modes are analogous temperament for edge cellular users. To optimize the performance of the two modes, the top power allocation is conducted by considering the influence of residual self-interference at full duplex radios and therefore the necessities of the minimum transmission rate for each cellular users and D2D users.