Revisiting degrees of freedom of full-duplex systems with opportunistic transmission: An improved user scaling law

Haksoo Kim, Juyeop Kim, Sang Won Choi, Won Yong Shin

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Abstract

It was recently studied how to achieve the optimal degrees of freedom (DoF) in a multi-antenna full-duplex system with partial channel state information (CSI). In this paper, we revisit the DoF of a multiple-antenna full-duplex system using opportunistic transmission under the partial CSI, in which a full-duplex base station having Mtransmit antennas and Mreceive antennas supports a set of half-duplex mobile stations (MSs) having a single antenna each. Assuming no self-interference, we present a new hybrid opportunistic scheduling method that achieves the optimal sum DoF under an improved user scaling law. Unlike the state-of-the-art scheduling method, our method is designed in the sense that the scheduling role between downlink MSs and uplink MSs is well-balanced. It is shown that the optimal sum DoF of 2M is asymptotically achievable provided that the number of MSs scales faster than SNRM, where SNR denotes the signal-to-noise ratio. This result reveals that, in our full-duplex system, better performance on the user scaling law can be obtained without extra CSI, compared to the prior work that showed the required user scaling condition (i.e., the minimum number of MSs for guaranteeing the optimal DoF) of SNR2M-1. Moreover, the average interference decaying rate is analyzed. Numerical evaluation is performed to not only validate our analysis but also show superiority of the proposed method over the state-of-the-art method.

Original languageEnglish
Article number160
JournalEntropy
Volume20
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018 Mar 1

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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