Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies
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Recently Published Articles
- Probabilistic-based secrecy rate maximisation for MIMOME wiretap channels: Towards novel convexification procedures
Version of Record online: 3 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ett.3154
According to the concentration measurement inequalities, we technically provide 2 tight and observably more efficient asymptotic bounds for a general paradigm in relation to MIMOME-based transceivers. The philosophy behind of our work is essentially to convexify the outage probability-driven schemes, per se. We fundamentally make a comprehensive comparison among the works in connection with the absolutely central criterion convexification.
- Orthogonal superimposed training design for doubly selective channel estimation using basis expansion models
Gaoqi Dou, Xianwen He, Ren Deng, Lihua Li and Jun Gao
Version of Record online: 3 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ett.3157
Because of the increasing demand on data rate and mobility of users, wireless channels are characterized by frequency-selectivity and time-selectivity. The accurate acquirement of channel state information at the receivers faces more and more challenging. Superimposed training scheme provides bandwidth-efficient transmission over doubly selective wireless fading channels and has attracted much attention recently.
- Energy-efficient active offloading with collaboration communication and power allocations for heterogeneous ultradense networks
Xiaodong Xu, Chunjing Yuan, Jianhui Li and Xiaofeng Tao
Version of Record online: 3 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ett.3152
This paper proposes the auction theory–based active green offloading for energy efficient objectives, which provides flexible user associations for heterogeneous ultradense networks. Aiming to guarantee the offloaded user performances and decrease interferences, the collaboration communications are explored with introducing the strongest interfering base station into the coordinated transmission base station set. Moreover, the supermodel game–based power allocation for further improvements of system energy efficiency after collaboration communications is implemented in the proposed scheme.
- Security architecture and scheme of user-centric ultra-dense network (UUDN)
Zhonglin Chen, Shanzhi Chen, Hui Xu and Bo Hu
Version of Record online: 3 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ett.3149
In the group-shared authentication method of the APG, the APG can secure, refresh, and follow the user's movement. When the UE accesses the UUDN, only one authentication is needed until the working APG is deleted.
- Resource allocation for full-duplex–based heterogeneous cellular networks considering back-haul capacity
A. Mardi, P. Azmi, N. Mokari and S. Parsaeefard
Version of Record online: 1 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ett.3139
In this paper, we concentrate on the resource allocation of the full-duplex femtorelays with limited back-haul capacity links in an OFDMA-based heterogeneous cellular network. The considered objective is to maximize the sum rate of all users and small cells, subject to transmission power limitation and also back-haul capacity constraint. Because the corresponding optimization problems were nonconvex with high-computational complexity, we used the SCA method with 3 approaches, namely, dual, DC, and AGMA.