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Amplify and Forward Relaying Systems for Collocated Antennas

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Cooperative relaying for a system that consists of different configurations of a collocated and uniform linear antenna is analyzed. The amplify-and-forward relaying (AF) and selection combining (S-AF) schemes based on maximal ratio combining (MRC) method for single- and multi-relay are investigated. In this study, the bit-error-rate (BER) expression for collocated and uniform linear antenna in cooperative communication system over flat Rayleigh fading channel is derived. The result for 3-element collocated antennas (tripole) shows improvement in performance over dual-polarized antennas. Also increasing number of tripole antenna does not add improvement.

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Al-Naser, M. and Salamah, S. (2014) Amplify and Forward Relaying Systems for Collocated Antennas. International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 7, 235-242. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2014.77025.

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