MAC Protocol for In-Band Full-duplex Systems

Full-duplex radio has attracted a lot of attention in recent years and with the introduction of novel self-interference techniques it is proved that the in-band full-duplex operation is possible. Before a fundamental rethinking of the way wireless networks are designed however, the system cannot enjoy the benefits of the full-duplex operation. Specifically, an accurate model for multiple access (MAC) protocol needs to be devised to translate the physical layer full-duplex gains into the overall network improvements. The MAC protocol design for full-duplex is an open area of research which is going to be of interest to both the industry and the academia as this technology matures in the next few years. This talk will provide an overview of the topic including related recent works.

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