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Sum rate approximation of zero-forcing beamforming with semi-orthogonal user selection

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3 Author(s)
Yang, Janghoon ; Department of Newmedia, Korean German Institute of Technology, Seoul, Korea ; Jang, Seunghun ; Kim, Dong Ku

In this paper, we present a closed-form approximation of the average sum rate of zero-forcing (ZF) beamforming (BF) with semi-orthogonal user selection (SUS). We first derive the survival probability associated with the SUS that absolute square of the channel correlation between two users is less than the orthogo-nalization level threshold (OLT). With this result, each distribution for the number of surviving users at each iteration of the SUS and the number of streams for transmission is calculated. Secondly, the received signal power of ZF-BF is represented as a function of the elements of the upper triangular matrix from QR decomposition of the channel matrix. Thirdly, we approximate the received signal power of ZF-BF with the SUS as the maximum of scaled chi-square random variables where the scaling factor is approximated as a function of both OLT and the number of users in the system. Putting all the above derivations and order statistics together, the approximated ergodic sum rate of ZF-BF with the SUS is shown in a closed form. The simulation results verify that the approximation tightly matches with the sample average for any OLT and even for a small number of users.

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Communications and Networks, Journal of  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

June 2010

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