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User-relay assisted cellular networks with multiple antennas
User-relay assisted OFDMA-based cellular networks have gained great importance recently since these networks are indicated as one of the powerful technologies that will contribute the 5G standard. These networks can be used with novel three-phase frame structure unlike classical two-phase frame structure and can be enhanced with multiple antennas to utilise the advantages of them. The main advantage of the three-phase frame structure is taking care of the limitations of the current transceiver design in practical systems and not allowing users to be relay and user simultaneously. Diversity and capacity gains are also the advantages of extending the network with multiple antennas. In this paper, we will use the novel three-phase frame structure for downlink MISO-OFDMA cellular networks and develop resource management algorithms as relay selection and resource allocation to observe the benefits of this system.