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Interference Mitigating in Wireless Networks Using Prior Knowledge

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Interference Mitigating in Wireless Networks Using Prior Knowledge
Abstract— We propose a framework to mitigate the interference in high data rate mobile wireless networking. Interference is a fundamental obstacle to achieve high data rates in wireless networking. However, a systematic approach to deal with this problem has not yet been addressed in the context of routing in multi-hop networks. In traditional decoding schemes, interference is assumed as additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN), even though in many occasions it is in fact correlated with previous available data. Thus, in order to optimize performance, it is necessary to exploit such correlation in the decoding process. This is done by interpreting the problem as one of transmission over multiple access channels with a priori information.
Kejing Liu, Stephan Bohacek, Javier Garcia-Frias
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Year 2007
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Authors Kejing Liu, Stephan Bohacek, Javier Garcia-Frias
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