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Towards full-diversity joint network-channel coding for large networks

Dieter Duyck UGent, Daniele Capirone, Michael Heindlmaier and Marc Moeneclaey UGent (2011) 17th European wireless conference, Proceedings.
abstract
Network coding and cooperative channel coding have both proved their importance for cooperative communications in wireless networks. It has been shown that it is beneficial to perform both techniques jointly. However, no diversity analysis for this framework has been made. Furthermore, the network codes in the state of the art have weak points from a coding point of view. This paper proposes a new general technique to construct network codes as an integral part of the channel code. The diversity order of this framework is analyzed. Simulation of the word error rate performance of the new proposed joint network-channel code illustrates the benefit of joint network-channel coding.
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17th European wireless conference, Proceedings
pages
8 pages
publisher
Vienna University of Technology
place of publication
Vienna, Austria
conference name
17th European Wireless Conference (EW - 2011)
conference location
Vienna, Austria
conference start
2011-04-27
conference end
2011-04-29
language
English
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yes
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C1
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1201496
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1201496
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2011-04-01 15:08:57
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@inproceedings{1201496,
  abstract     = {Network coding and cooperative channel coding have both proved their importance for cooperative communications in wireless networks. It has been shown that it is beneficial to perform both techniques jointly. However, no diversity analysis for this framework has been made. Furthermore, the network codes in the state of the art have weak points from a coding point of view. This paper proposes a new general technique to construct network codes as an integral part of the channel code. The diversity order of this framework is analyzed. Simulation of the word error rate performance of the new proposed joint network-channel code illustrates the benefit of joint network-channel coding.},
  author       = {Duyck, Dieter and Capirone, Daniele and Heindlmaier, Michael  and Moeneclaey, Marc},
  booktitle    = {17th European wireless conference, Proceedings},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Vienna, Austria},
  pages        = {8},
  publisher    = {Vienna University of Technology},
  title        = {Towards full-diversity joint network-channel coding for large networks},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Duyck, Dieter, Daniele Capirone, Michael Heindlmaier, and Marc Moeneclaey. 2011. “Towards Full-diversity Joint Network-channel Coding for Large Networks.” In 17th European Wireless Conference, Proceedings. Vienna, Austria: Vienna University of Technology.
APA
Duyck, D., Capirone, D., Heindlmaier, M., & Moeneclaey, M. (2011). Towards full-diversity joint network-channel coding for large networks. 17th European wireless conference, Proceedings. Presented at the 17th European Wireless Conference (EW - 2011), Vienna, Austria: Vienna University of Technology.
Vancouver
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Duyck D, Capirone D, Heindlmaier M, Moeneclaey M. Towards full-diversity joint network-channel coding for large networks. 17th European wireless conference, Proceedings. Vienna, Austria: Vienna University of Technology; 2011.
MLA
Duyck, Dieter, Daniele Capirone, Michael Heindlmaier, et al. “Towards Full-diversity Joint Network-channel Coding for Large Networks.” 17th European Wireless Conference, Proceedings. Vienna, Austria: Vienna University of Technology, 2011. Print.