International Journal of Broadband Cellular Communication

ISSN: 2455-8532

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Special Issue

Multiple-input and multiple-output Relay Channels and their channel estimation

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

An electrically controlled switch is a relay. It is made up of a set of working contact terminals and a set of input terminals for one or more control signals. Any number of connections in different contact configurations, such as making contacts, breaking contacts, or combinations of both, may be included on the switch. For multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) two-way relay channels (TWRCs), two multiantenna users are used to exchange information via a multi-antenna relay. The relay’s entire signal space is split into two subspaces according to the suggested scheme. The spatial streams of the two users are decoded at the relay in one subspace where their directions are almost orthogonal. The two users’ signal directions are roughly parallel in the other subspace, and the relay computes the linear functions of the spatial streams under physical-layer network coding. The relay creates and sends network-coded messages to the two users based on the recovered messages and message functions. The capacity of multi-input multi-output (MIMO) relay communication systems to cause path loss, boost power efficiency, and expand network coverage has generated a lot of attention in the field of study. The ideal relay amplification matrix is created for a two-hop MIMO relay system to maximize the mutual information between the source and destination. Later, the results were expanded to include a multi-hop MIMO relay system. In any event, understanding channel state information (CSI) is necessary to reap the benefits of the aforementioned MIMO relay systems.


Relays, MIMO, Uplink, Antennas, Vectors, Signal-to-noise ratio, Antenna arrays, Decoding, MIMO communication, Network coding, Rayleigh channels, Relay networks

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