Radiodiffusion avec CSIT retardée : analyse de SNR fini et voie de retour hétérogène

Abstract : This dissertation explores one of the key techniques for future wireless networks, namely feedback enabled interference mitigation, under some realistic settings. We focus on the state-type feedback, also known as delayed CSIT, which helps leverage receivers’ overheard observations to create extra signal dimensions. In order to verify the usefulness of delayed CSIT in harsh situations, we investigate it with finite SNR and/or feedback heterogeneity in a broadcast communication setup, which is widely utilized to model downlink transmission in cellular systems. Throughout the thesis, we use some information theoretical tools, e.g., distributed lossy source coding, block Markov coding, Wyner-Ziv compression technique, e.t.c.In the first part of this dissertation, we are mainly interested in the finite SNR performance of delayed CSIT and the uniformity across the results in the Gaussian broadcast channel and in the erasure channel. Several relatively simple schemes are proposed in multi-user memoryless broadcast channels when states are assumed to be fully known at the destinations but only strictly causally at the transmitter. Enhancements in terms of higher symmetric rates and more input alphabet options are then characterized when analyzing the corresponding regions in Gaussian/erasure cases.In the second part of this dissertation, algorithms adapted to distinct feedback heterogeneities are targeted as only part of the communication nodes are involved in the feedback process. In particular, we concentrate on 1) broadcast channel with feedback from part of all receivers; and 2) broadcast relay channel with feedback at the relay. Given that (partial) delayed states are accessible at (partial) transmitters, the proposed approaches, though employ coding methods aiming at mitigating interference at all receivers, have to either give priority to the users who feedback and rely on opportunistic coding gain for the others or force each source to take limited responsibility in the transmission. Improvements on achievable rates are justified in either cases with analysis and some examples.The results and their evaluations in this thesis, which give some insights on how to exploit the state feedback in downlink transmission, show that good rate performance can be achieved with delayed CSIT even when transmission power is limited and when the state feedback is heterogeneous.
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Chao He. Radiodiffusion avec CSIT retardée : analyse de SNR fini et voie de retour hétérogène. Autre. Université Paris-Saclay, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016SACLC091⟩. ⟨tel-01474354⟩



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