In this document, we study the result of multi hop relaying on the throughput of the downstream channel in cellular networks. In particular, we contrast the throughput of the multi hop method through that of the conventional cellular system, representing the feasible throughput development by the multi hop relaying under transitive transmission considerations. We moreover propose a hybrid control plan for the multi hop communicate, in which we activist the use of in cooperation, the straight transmission and the transitive multi hop relaying. Our study illustrates that the majority of the throughput gain can be obtained with the related of a transitive relaying scheme. Important throughput improvement could be moreover obtained by operating the simultaneous relaying transmission in conjunction with the non simultaneous transmission. We also disagree here that the multi hop relaying technology can be developed for mitigating injustice in qualityof- service (QoS), which arrive due to the location-dependent signal quality. Our outcomes demonstrate that the multi hop system can provide more even QoS over the cell district. The multi hop cellular system design can also be used as a selfconfiguring network mechanism that efficiently contains variability of traffic distribution. We have studied the throughput development for the consistent, as well as for the non uniform traffic distribution, and we conclude that the utilization of transitive relaying in cellular networks would be relatively robust to alter in the actual traffic distribution.