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Low Complexity MIMO Detection based on Belief Propagation over Pair-wise Graphs
Seokhyun Yoon,Chan-Byoung Chae
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: This paper considers belief propagation algorithm over pair-wise graphical models to develop low complexity, iterative multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) detectors. The pair-wise graphical model is a bipartite graph where a pair of variable nodes are related by an observation node represented by the bivariate Gaussian function obtained by marginalizing the posterior joint probability density under the Gaussian input assumption. Specifically, we consider two types of pair-wise models, the fully connected and ring-type. The pair-wise graphs are sparse, compared to the conventional graphical model in [18], insofar as the number of edges connected to an observation node (edge degree) is only two. Consequently the computations are much easier than those of maximum likelihood (ML) detection, which are similar to the belief propagation (BP) that is run over the fully connected bipartite graph. The link level performance for non-Gaussian input is evaluated via simulations, and the results show the validity of the proposed algorithms. We also customize the algorithm with Gaussian input assumption to obtain the Gaussian BP run over the two pair-wise graphical models and, for the ring-type, we prove its convergence in mean to the linear minimum mean square error (MMSE) estimates. Since the maximum a posterior (MAP) estimator for Gaussian input is equivalent to the linear MMSE estimator, it shows the optimality, in mean, of the scheme for Gaussian input.
Scaling laws for molecular communication
Andrew W. Eckford,Chan-Byoung Chae
Quantitative Biology , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we investigate information-theoretic scaling laws, independent from communication strategies, for point-to-point molecular communication, where it sends/receives information-encoded molecules between nanomachines. Since the Shannon capacity for this is still an open problem, we first derive an asymptotic order in a single coordinate, i.e., i) scaling time with constant number of molecules $m$ and ii) scaling molecules with constant time $t$. For a single coordinate case, we show that the asymptotic scaling is logarithmic in either coordinate, i.e., $\Theta(\log t)$ and $\Theta(\log m)$, respectively. We also study asymptotic behavior of scaling in both time and molecules and show that, if molecules and time are proportional to each other, then the asymptotic scaling is linear, i.e., $\Theta(t)=\Theta(m)$.
A Lattice-Based MIMO Broadcast Precoder for Multi-Stream Transmission
Seijoon Shim,Chan-Byoung Chae,Robert W. Heath Jr
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: Precoding with block diagonalization is an attractive scheme for approaching sum capacity in multiuser multiple input multiple output (MIMO) broadcast channels. This method requires either global channel state information at every receiver or an additional training phase, which demands additional system planning. In this paper we propose a lattice based multi-user precoder that uses block diagonalization combined with pre-equalization and perturbation for the multiuser MIMO broadcast channel. An achievable sum rate of the proposed scheme is derived and used to show that the proposed technique approaches the achievable sum rate of block diagonalization with water-filling but does not require the additional information at the receiver. Monte Carlo simulations with equal power allocation show that the proposed method provides better bit error rate and diversity performance than block diagonalization with a zero-forcing receiver. Additionally, the proposed method shows similar performance to the maximum likelihood receiver but with much lower receiver complexity.
Novel Modulation Techniques using Isomers as Messenger Molecules for Nano Communication Networks via Diffusion
Na-Rae Kim,Chan-Byoung Chae
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, we propose three novel modulation techniques, i.e., concentration-based, molecular-type-based, and molecular-ratio-based, using isomers as messenger molecules for nano communication networks via diffusion. To evaluate achievable rate performance, we compare the proposed tech- niques with conventional insulin based concepts under practical scenarios. Analytical and numerical results confirm that the proposed modulation techniques using isomers achieve higher data transmission rate performance (max 7.5 dB signal-to-noise ratio gain) than the insulin based concepts. We also investigate the tradeoff between messenger sizes and modulation orders and provide guidelines for selecting from among several possible candidates.
Spectrum Leasing via Cooperation for Enhanced Physical-Layer Secrecy
Keonkook Lee,Chan-Byoung Chae,Joonhyuk Kang
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: Spectrum leasing via cooperation refers to the possibility of primary users leasing a portion of the spectral resources to secondary users in exchange for cooperation. In the presence of an eavesdropper, this correspondence proposes a novel application of this concept in which the secondary cooperation aims at improving secrecy of the primary network by creating more interference to the eavesdropper than to the primary receiver. To generate the interference in a positive way, this work studies an optimal design of a beamformer at the secondary transmitter with multiple antennas that maximizes a secrecy rate of the primary network while satisfying a required rate for the secondary network. Moreover, we investigate two scenarios depending upon the operation of the eavesdropper: i) the eavesdropper treats the interference by the secondary transmission as an additive noise (single-user decoding) and ii) the eavesdropper tries to decode and remove the secondary signal (joint decoding). Numerical results confirm that, for a wide range of required secondary rate constraints, the proposed spectrum-leasing strategy increases the secrecy rate of the primary network compared to the case of no spectrum leasing.
Stable Distributions as Noise Models for Molecular Communication
Nariman Farsad,Weisi Guo,Chan-Byoung Chae,Andrew Eckford
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: In this work, we consider diffusion-based molecular communication timing channels. Three different timing channels are presented based on three different modulation techniques, i.e., i) modulation of the release timing of the information particles, ii) modulation on the time between two consecutive information particles of the same type, and iii) modulation on the time between two consecutive information particles of different types. We show that each channel can be represented as an additive noise channel, where the noise follows one of the subclasses of stable distributions. We provide expressions for the probability density function of the noise terms, and numerical evaluations for the probability density function and cumulative density function. We also show that the tails are longer than Gaussian distribution, as expected.
Performance Analysis of Self-Interference Cancellation Methods in Full-Duplex Large-Scale MIMO Systems
Yeon-Geun Lim,Daesik Hong,Chan-Byoung Chae
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: This paper presents a performance analysis of self-interference cancellation methods in full-duplex large-scale multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems. To support huge data traffic demands, we assume that the base station is assumed to be located in the small cell, giving it compact antenna arrays with a high channel correlation. From the analysis and the numerical results, the time-domain-cancellation (TDC) outperforms the spatial suppression in the perfect channel estimation cases. It is also concluded that the ergodic performance of the spatial suppression is better than those of the TDC in the imperfect channel estimation.
Novel Modulation Techniques using Isomers as Messenger Molecules for Molecular Communication via Diffusion
Na-Rae Kim,Chan-Byoung Chae
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, we propose novel modulation techniques using isomers as messenger molecules for nano communication via diffusion. To evaluate achievable rate performance, we compare the proposed techniques with concentration-based and molecular-type-based methods. Analytical and numerical results confirm that the proposed modulation techniques achieve higher data transmission rate performance than conventional insulin based concepts.
Large-scale Antenna Operation in Heterogeneous Cloud Radio Access Networks: A Partial Centralization Approach
Sangkyu Park,Chan-Byoung Chae,Saewoong Bahk
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: To satisfy the ever-increasing capacity demand and quality of service (QoS) requirements of users, 5G cellular systems will take the form of heterogeneous networks (HetNets) that consist of macro cells and small cells. To build and operate such systems, mobile operators have given significant attention to cloud radio access networks (C-RANs) due to their beneficial features of performance optimization and cost effectiveness. Along with the architectural enhancement of C-RAN, large-scale antennas (a.k.a. massive MIMO) at cell sites contribute greatly to increased network capacity either with higher spectral efficiency or through permitting many users at once. In this article, we discuss the challenging issues of C-RAN based HetNets (H-CRAN), especially with respect to large-scale antenna operation. We provide an overview of existing C-RAN architectures in terms of large-scale antenna operation and promote a partially centralized approach. This approach reduces, remarkably, fronthaul overheads in CRANs with large-scale antennas. We also provide some insights into its potential and applicability in the fronthaul bandwidthlimited H-CRAN with large-scale antennas.
Performance Analysis of Massive MIMO for Cell-Boundary Users
Yeon-Geun Lim,Chan-Byoung Chae,Giuseppe Caire
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we consider massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems for both downlink and uplink scenarios, where three radio units (RUs) connected via one digital unit (DU) support multiple user equipments (UEs) at the cell-boundary through the same radio resource, i.e., the same time-frequency slot. For downlink transmitter options, the study considers zero-forcing (ZF) and maximum ratio transmission (MRT), while for uplink receiver options it considers ZF and maximum ratio combining (MRC). For the sum rate of each of these, we derive simple closed-form formulas. In the simple but practically relevant case where uniform power is allocated to all downlink data streams, we observe that, for the downlink, vector normalization is better for ZF while matrix normalization is better for MRT. For a given antenna and user configuration, we also derive analytically the signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) level below which MRC should be used instead of ZF. Numerical simulations confirm our analytical results.
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