Improper Gaussian signaling for the two-user broadcast channel treating interference as noise
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IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brighton, Reino Unido, 2019, 4829-4833.
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Improper Gaussian signaling
Treating interference as noise
Improper Gaussian signaling (IGS) has been shown to enlarge the rate region achievable by conventional proper Gaussian signaling (PGS) schemes in several interference-limited multiuser networks. In this work, we consider the 2-user broadcast channel (BC) when treating interference as noise “TIN” at every receiver. For this scenario, we derive a closed-form characterization of the rate region boundary with IGS. The Pareto-optimal points are achieved when at least one of the users employs maximally improper (rectilinear) signals. Differently from other interference-limited networks, our results show that IGS always outperforms PGS for the 2-user BC with TIN. Furthermore, IGS also enlarges the PGS rate region with time-sharing for this scenario.