Performance Analysis of an Interference-Limited RIS-Aided Network

11/15/2020
by   Liang Yang, et al.
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In this work, the performance of reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)-aided communication systems corrupted by the co-channel interference (CCI) at the destination is investigated. Assuming Rayleigh fading and equal-power CCI, we present the analysis for the outage probability (OP), average bit error rate (BER), and ergodic capacity. In addition, an asymptotic outage analysis is carried in order to obtain further insights. Our analysis shows that the number of reflecting elements as well as the number of interferers have a great impact on the overall system performance.

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