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Date : 2014-01 
Title : Transmission Capacity of Full-duplex based Two-way Ad-hoc Networks with ARQ Protocol 
Authors : Dongkyu Kim,Sungsoo Park, Hyungsik Ju, Daesik Hong 
Journal : IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 
Abstract : This paper investigates the network capacity of bidirectional communication systems based on full-duplex transmission in ad-hoc networks while satisfying both the delay and target outage constraints. Bi-directional full-duplex transmission (BFD) has been proposed as a way to increase the system performance of two-way communications with multiple antennas. This type of system enables simultaneous exchange of data between two nodes via the bi-directional use of spatial resources. As the node density is increased to improve network capacity, however, the network performance decreases because of the simultaneous transmissions of adjacent pairwise interferers.
To overcome this capacity degradation, we apply an automatic repeat request (ARQ) protocol to two-way communications. We then extend the analysis of the transmission capacity (TC) to account for packet retransmissions within the maximum allowed delay while satisfying the target outage constraint for two extreme cases (high mobility and static). After determining the optimized maximum number of packet retransmissions, the network capacity of the BFD system is then investigated as a function of the effective node density, node mobility, and required delay and target outage constraints. We can conclude that the benefits for TC obtained through full-duplex transmission and packet retransmission by an ARQ protocol outweigh the increase in interference caused by the bi-directional use of spatial resources and packet retransmissions. 
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Dongkyu Kim; Sungsoo Park; Hyungsik Ju; Daesik Hong, "Transmission Capacity of Full-Duplex-Based Two-Way Ad Hoc Networks With ARQ Protocol," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on , vol.63, no.7, pp.3167,3183, Sept. 2014
doi: 10.1109/TVT.2014.2302013
keywords: {ad hoc networks;automatic repeat request;channel capacity;constraint theory;delays;protocols;ARQ protocol;BFD;TC;adjacent pairwise interferer;automatic repeat request;bidirectional communication system;bidirectional full-duplex transmission;capacity degradation;delay constraint;multiple antenna;network capacity;network performance;node density;optimized maximum packet retransmission number;simultaneous data exchange;spatial resource;target outage constraint;transmission capacity;two-way ad hoc network;two-way communication;Ad hoc networks;Automatic repeat request;Bidirectional control;Delays;Interference;Licenses;Protocols;Automatic repeat request (ARQ);full duplex;transmission capacity (TC);two-way communications},
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» [IEEE Trans. Veh. Technol.] Dongkyu Kim,Sungsoo Park, Hyungsik Ju, Daesik Hong, "Transmission Capacity of Full-duplex based Two-way Ad-hoc Networks with ARQ Protocol", IEEE Trans. Veh. Technol., Jan. 2014 file Published  2014-01