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Adaptive Radio Resource Allocation with Novel Priority Strategy Considering Resource Fairness in OFDM-Relay System

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6 Author(s)
Ying Wang ; Minist. of Educ., Beijing ; Tong Wu ; Jing Huang ; Chao Shu
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Relaying transmission is a candidate way to combat wireless channel fading and enlarge the coverage, and efficient radio resource allocation is essential to provide quality-of-service (QoS) for wireless networks. In this paper, an adaptive multiuser radio resource allocation model is proposed for the downlink of OFDM-relay system, which exploits performance gain in both frequency domain and time domain. According to the different transmission modes, two QoS-oriented scheduling algorithms based on the feedback of the channel state information (CSI) of two hops are investigated. One is enhanced proportional fairness (EPF) algorithm, and the other is improved priority (IPRI) algorithm. Both of them can achieve high system throughput and better resource fairness due to the adaptive allocation, especially in the QoS-guarantee aspect for cell edgy users compared with conventional scheduling schemes. The priority strategy is a novel scheme, because of considering resource fairness with artificial starve (AS) state in IPRI, which yields higher spectral efficiency and achieve better data rate requirements for the users.

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2007 IEEE 66th Vehicular Technology Conference

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Sept. 30 2007-Oct. 3 2007