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System Architecture for a Cellular Network with Cooperative Mobile Relay

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6 Author(s)
Balaji Raghothaman ; InterDigital Commun. LLC, King of Prussia, PA, USA ; Gregory Sternberg ; Samian Kaur ; Ravikumar Pragada
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This paper describes a comprehensive system architecture that enables mobile-to-mobile communications for the purpose of enhancing the capacity of the cellular network. The architecture is developed using LTE Release-10 as the baseline. The impact on the protocol stack is discussed in detail. Neighbor discovery mechanisms are described to enable users to identify potential helper mobiles to enable a cooperative mobile relay. Resource partitioning for the mobile-to-mobile link is detailed and changes to the design of the HARQ entity structure and timing are discussed.

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Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall), 2011 IEEE

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5-8 Sept. 2011