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Queued Cooperative Wireless Networks With Rateless Codes

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Queued Cooperative Wireless Networks With Rateless Codes
—Cooperative communication using rateless codes, in which the source transmits an infinite number of parity bits to the destination until the receipt of an acknowledgment, has recently attracted considerable interest. It provides a natural and efficient mechanism for accumulating mutual information from multiple transmitting relays. We develop an analysis of queued cooperative relay systems that combines the communicationtheoretic transmission aspects of cooperative communication using rateless codes over Rayleigh fading channels with the queuing-theoretic aspects associated with buffering messages at the relays. Relay cooperation combined with queuing reduces the message transmission times and also helps distribute the traffic load in the network, which improves throughput significantly.
Neelesh B. Mehta, Vinod Sharma, Gaurav Bansal
Added 29 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Neelesh B. Mehta, Vinod Sharma, Gaurav Bansal
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