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**rofeom**3 hours agoUnder some special environments in China, there exist moving radio radiations with high transmission powers that can degrade the performance of the power line communications systems significantly. Such radiations overlap with the OFDM-based signals in time and frequency domains, and hence, it is very difficult to mitigate directly if not possible. The paper introduced the fractional Fourier tra...

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**blaiail**3 hours agoThis paper presents a performance study relative to the coupling of the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) with the Contention Resolution Diversity slotted aloha (CRDSA) protocol, in the case of greedy TCP connections (also called elephants) on Digital Video Broadcasting-Return Channel via a geostationary satellite. CRDSA, which takes advantage of interference cancellation algorithms for colli...

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**necak**12 hours agoWe consider the problem of maximizing the proportional fairness (PF) system utility over heterogeneous wireless networks (HetNets) by jointly exploiting cell dormancy (cell ON–OFF)—wherein some transmission points from a set of interest can be made inactive—and load balancing (user association)—wherein users are associated to the active transmission points in that se...

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**Zakary**12 hours agoFractional frequency reuse (FFR) and soft frequency reuse (SFR) systems are an efficient cellular interference management technique to reduce inter-cell interference in multi-cell OFDMA networks. In this paper, a new and unified analytical framework for performance evaluation for both systems over a composite fading environment is presented. Explicit expressions are obtained for the area spectr...

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**KamSalva**12 hours agoSmall cells constitute a promising solution for managing the mobile data growth that has overwhelmed network operators. Local caching of popular content items at the small cell base stations (SBSs) has been proposed to decrease the costly transmissions from the macrocell base stations without requiring high capacity backhaul links for connecting the SBSs with the core network. However, the cach...

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**DarylTrev**12 hours agoWe study the secrecy capacity of fast fading channels under imperfect main channel (between the transmitter and the legitimate receiver) estimation at the transmitter. Lower and upper bounds on the ergodic secrecy capacity are derived for a class of independent identically distributed (i.i.d.) fading channels. The achievable rate follows from a standard wiretap code in which a simple on–...

Variable-Rate, Variable-Power Network-Coded-QAM/PSK for Bi-Directional Relaying Over Fading Channels

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**printpok**12 hours agoNetwork coded modulation (NCM) holds the promise of significantly improving the efficiency of two-way wireless relaying. In this contribution, we propose near instantaneously adaptive variable-rate, variable-power QAM/PSK for NC-aided decode-and-forward two-way relaying (DF-TWR) to maximize the average throughput. The proposed scheme is optimized subject to both average-power and bit-error-rati...

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**oblfobl**12 hours agoPulse position modulation (PPM) presents several advantages in free-space optical systems, unrepeatered fiber transmission, and passive optical networks. In this paper, we study the error performance in direct-detection optically preamplified $M$-ary PPM optical communication systems. We consider the impact of the amplifier spontaneous emission noise, as well of the finite extinction ratio of ...

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**mahonbintar**12 hours agoIn this paper, we present an achievable rate region for double-unicast networks by assuming that the intermediate nodes perform random linear network coding, and the source and sink nodes optimize their strategies to maximize the achievable region. Such a setup can be modeled as a deterministic interference channel, whose capacity region is known. For the particular class of linear deterministi...

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**beocirbe**12 hours agoNanonetworks constructed by interconnecting nanodevices using wireless communication allow the nanodevices to perform more complex functions by means of cooperation between them. For the first time in the literature, a novel and physically realizable nanoscale communication technique is introduced: Nanoscale Heat Communication (NHC) in which the heat transfer is used for communication at the na...

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**EfrainTe**12 hours agoThe architecture of decentralization makes future wireless networks more flexible and scalable. However, due to the lack of the central authority (e.g., BS or AP), the limitation of spectrum resource, and the coupling among different users, designing efficient resource allocation strategies for decentralized networks faces a great challenge. In this paper, we address the distributed channel sel...

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**riemirb**12 hours agoIn this paper we analyze design aspects of a single-carrier digital communications receiver in the presence of impulsive noise. We use the additive white symmetric $alpha$-stable noise $(hbox{AWS}alphahbox{SN})$ to model the channel noise. By introducing passband sampling, efficient constellations and suitable baseband detectors, we show that the uncoded error performance of the conventional ...

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**sagota**12 hours agoThis paper analyzes various receiver schemes for orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) transmission in impulsive noise. We consider Rayleigh block-fading and model the noise process by additive white symmetric $alpha$-stable noise (AWS $alpha$SN). We begin by discussing maximum-likelihood (ML) detection performance of baseband OFDM. Though optimal, the computational cost increases...

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**957896**12 hours agoIt is known that with conventional spatial interference alignment, i.e., linear interference alignment without symbol extension, the achievable Degrees of freedom (DoF) of MIMO X channels is no more than $lfloor D_{outer}rfloor$, where $D_{outer}$ denotes the outer bound of DoF of MIMO X Channels. In this paper, we propose a spatial interference alignment and zero-forcing framework in combina...

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**QuinLev**12 hours agoThis paper studies the problem of downlink pre-equalization in a multicarrier wireless network under utility and sum-rate maximization. The network utility depends on two main factors: 1) an efficiency mapping which is a function of the signal-to-interference-noise ratio (SINR), and 2) the power of the pre-equalization variables. Meanwhile, the sum-rate index is constructed by the summation of ...