Multiuser Wireless Systems and Networks

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Interference Alignment is a novel technique that allows K transmitter-receiver pairs, possibly interfering with each other, to communicate for 30 minutes each in one hour without effects of interference. In other words, each of the K users receive half the cake.

In my project I will investigate Interference Alignment for MIMO interference channels in the presence of imperfect CSI.

Click here to download my project proposal in pdf format.
Click here to download my progress report (Updated Feb 19 2010).
Click here to download my final report (Updated Mar 15 2010, 1:05 am).
Click here to view my class presentation on Interference Alignment.