Capacity Bounds for a Class of Diamond Networks With Conferencing Relays


Diamond channels can model fashionable wireless Communication infrastructure that use relays to extend network capability. This letter investigates the effect of conferencing between the relays in a specific category of diamond networks with source-to-relay and conferencing channels modeled as noiseless bit-pipes of given capacities. A lower sure to the capability for this network and an upper sure that is tighter than the cut-set certain are presented. Such networks with specific multiple access channel (MAC) varieties are studied and the minimum conferencing link capacity required to attain full cooperation for every MAC is ascertained. It's found that such minimum conferencing link capability for the Gaussian MAC must be equal to the difference between the complete cooperation capability and therefore the backhaul capability. However, such a result will not hold generally because the binary adder MAC illustrates a counterexample.

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