On constant gaps for the two-way Gaussian interference channel


Abstract—We introduce the two-way Gaussian interference channel in which there are four nodes with four independent messages: two-messages to be transmitted over a Gaussian interference channel in the → direction, simultaneously with two-messages to be transmitted over an interference channel (in-band, full-duplex) in the ← direction. In such a two-way network, all nodes are transmitters and receivers of messages, allowing them to adapt current channel inputs to previously received channel outputs. We propose two new outer bounds on the symmetric sum-rate for the two-way Gaussian interference channel with complex channel gains: one under full adaptation (all 4 nodes are permitted to adapt inputs to previous outputs), and one under partial adaptation (only 2 nodes are permitted to adapt, the other 2 are restricted). We show that simple non-adaptive schemes such as the Han and Kobayashi scheme, where inputs are functions of messages only and not past outputs, utilized in each direction are sufficient to achieve within a constant gap of these fully or partially adaptive outer bounds for all channel regimes. I

Similar works

Full text

oaioai:CiteSeerX.psu:10.1...Last time updated on 10/30/2017

This paper was published in CiteSeerX.

Having an issue?

Is data on this page outdated, violates copyrights or anything else? Report the problem now and we will take corresponding actions after reviewing your request.