Performance Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sharing with Multiuser Two-Way Relaying over Fading Channels

In this paper, the authors analyze the performance of an overlay multiuser two-way relay network with N th-user selection by employing a three-phase cooperative spectrum sharing (3PCSS) scheme. Hereby, a one-end primary user (PU) communicates with the arbitrary (which may be the N th best) selected other-end PUs with the cooperation of a secondary user (SU) in three transmission phases. By splitting up its available power, the SU assists in bidirectional primary transmissions and accesses the spectrum for its own transmission, based on satisfying the primary system outage constraint. Considering the involved N th-order statistics with correlation, the authors derive the outage probability expressions for both primary and secondary systems over general fading channels. Based on these expressions, the authors compute the total system throughput of the 3PCSS scheme and compare it with other competitive schemes. The authors illustrate that the 3PCSS scheme can effectively realize spectrum sharing by harnessing additional cooperative diversity and achieving spectral efficiency at par with the primary two-phase direct transmission system. Numerical and simulation results substantiate the authors' theoretical findings.


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  • Accession Number: 01629593
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 21 2017 9:14AM