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Abstract : We consider a half-duplex wireless relay network with hybrid-automatic retransmission request HARQ and Rayleigh fading channels. In this paper, we analyze the average throughput and outage probability of the multirelay delay-limited DL HARQ system with an opportunistic relaying scheme in decode-and-forward DF mode, in which the best relay is selected to transmit the source-s regenerated signal. A simple and distributed relay selection strategy is considered for multirelay HARQ channels. Then, we utilize the nonorthogonal cooperative transmission between the source and selected relay for retransmission of source data toward the destination, if needed, using space-time codes. We analyze the performance of the system. We first derive the cumulative density function cdf and probability density function pdf of the selected relay HARQ channels. Then, the cdf and pdf are used to determine the exact outage probability in the lth round of HARQ. The outage probability is required to compute the throughput-delay performance of this half-dublex opportunistic relaying protocol. The packet delay constraint is represented by L, which is maximum number of HARQ rounds. Furthermore, simple closed-form upper bounds on outage probability are derived. Based on the derived upper bound expressions, it is shown that the proposed schemes achieve the full spatial diversity order of N+1, where N is the number of potential relays. In addition, simulation shows that our proposed scheme can achieve higher average throughput, compared with direct transmission and conventional tho-phase relay networks.

Author: Behrouz Maham - Aydin Behnad - Mérouane Debbah -



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