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Muhammad Abrar

Doctor of Philosophy, (Telecommunication and network engineering)
Study Completed: 2014
College of Sciences

Citation

Thesis Title
Multi-Carrier Cooperative Wireless Communication: Performance Analysis and Resource Allocation

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Future wireless communication systems require the use of advanced technologies to effectively enhance the use of radio resources. This requirement motivated research on relay-based cooperative wireless communication. Mr Abrar studied resource allocation in relay-based wireless networks under different protocols and relaying techniques. He formulated optimal resource allocation problems under different assumptions and constraints and proposed a number of computationally efficient resource allocation algorithms. Simulation results proved that his algorithms provided a good trade-off between network throughput and fairness among users in multi-user cooperative wireless networks.

Supervisors
Dr Xiang Gui
Dr Amal Punchihewa